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Wow! New Zealand Part of ‘Lost Continent’, Near Ancient Land Mass of MU

Friday, February 17, 2017 13:01
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New Zealand might be known as Australia’s smaller neighbour but scientists have discovered it is sitting on a previously unknown continent – Zealandia.

It is 94% under water but meets all the criteria applied to Earth’s seven other continents, say researchers. 

The 1.9 million-square-mile land mass includes New Zealand’s North and South Islands, as well as New Caledonia and several other territories and groups of islands.

It was once part of the Gondwana super-continent but broke away about 100 million years ago.

This could also be connected to ancient land mass of MU. They land masses would have been connected around the New Caledona Area.


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  • cant get rid of the “Mandela Effect Continues” feeling however….

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