A Long, Long, Time Ago, in a World Much Different Than What We Know Today… | MelissaBeeNaturalMagic

A bee in amber from southeast amber, which is over 100 million years old. That is really hard to wrap your head around. Even the first cave drawing from neolithic spain showing a person harvesting honey date to 13,000BC, a mere 15,000 years ago.  But 100 million years ago…I don’t know how to begin to connect with that time.

The first thing to look at is what the continents looked like at that time. According to Steven Dutch from the University of Wisconsin, this is what the continents looked like at the time, as the Supercontinent of Pangea was pulling apart to form separate land masses.https://www.uwgb.edu/dutchs/EarthSC102Notes/102PTEarthHist.htm

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