Stressful Breakup

by Steven Seidell June. 13, 2017 216 views

Marginal Way - Ogunquit, Maine

When the super continent Pangea started to break up between 210 and 130 million years ago, molten magma shot up through the cracks and created the dikes, sills and basalt we see today. As the plates moved apart the continent of North America was formed.

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