230 million years ago, Earth looked a lot different from the way it looks today.
Not only did dinosaurs live on all seven continents back then, but also, all seven continents were stuck together as one big continent called Pangaea.
That would sure make it a lot easier to travel around the world, wouldn’t it! But during the 165 million years of dinosaur time, this continent broke into seven pieces that became the world we know today.
This means that, no matter where you live, dinosaurs probably lived there too! Who knows, maybe a dinosaur family lived right in your own backyard.
Online lessons for kids: dinolingo.com