Novopangea, with modern-day landmasses visible

Novopangea is a possible future supercontinent, postulated by Roy Livermore, now at the University of Cambridge, in the late 1990s, assuming closure of the Pacific, docking of Australia with eastern Asia, and northward motion of Antarctica.

In Novopangea, unlike Amasia, Antarctica has moved northwards, connecting with southeast Asia, Australia, and South America. Another difference is that Australia is farther north than in Amasia, however, this may just be a reason to allow Antarctica to be part of the supercontinent, as otherwise it would not fit in.

Appearances in Spec Evo

The Future is Wild

Novopangea was the supercontinent used in the 200 million years future section of The Future is Wild, identified as Pangaea II.

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