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Random Countries on a Borderless Pangea Map

About 200 millions years ago, almost all the landmasses on Earth were forming a supercontinent called Pangea.
Can you name these 20 modern-days countries shaded in black on the conceptual map below?
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Some country shapes have been rotated, bent, changed in propotion or splitted to match the pangea overall shape
Based on this map, with corrections coming from these sources 1; 2; 3; 4; 5.
Quiz by Elboy
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Last updated: December 27, 2021
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Country
Guinea-Bissau
Haiti
Liberia
New Zealand
Uruguay
Country
Malawi
Argentina
Cape Verde
Philippines
Bosnia and
Herzegovina
Country
Guinea
Algeria
Dominican Republic
Monaco
Zimbabwe
Country
Dominica
Bangladesh
Belarus
Romania
Laos
8 Comments
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Level 88
Feb 9, 2022
Great idea!
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Level 56
Apr 16, 2022
Is that little bit over there India?
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Level 70
Apr 17, 2022
Sorry, I am not sure to fully understand what you mean.
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Level 67
May 8, 2022
The landmass to the right of Africa and up from Antarctica is what becomes the subcontinent of India, yes.
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Level 48
Nov 5, 2022
Funny how Turkey became an island and was split in half
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Level 38
Jan 10, 2024
Quite good! Better than the bordered one by far
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Level 70
Jan 10, 2024
Thank you very much!
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Level 39
Mar 7, 2024
If Sao Tome and Principe could have a little circle that would be great, but fantastic quiz nonetheless