In case you were unaware, the world didn't always look how it looks today. As a matter of fact, approximately 300 million years ago, there was a supercontinent named Pangaea that was made up of the seven continents we know today.
After about 100 million years, Pangaea broke apart and formed the continents we're familiar with now.
But this only makes us all wonder: What would the world look like today if Pangaea had never broken apart in the first place? Would there be a United States of America? If so, who would our neighbors be?
Check out the map below for a closer look at what the world would look like if Pangaea had never broken apart.
(Click to enlarge.)