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Earth’s Newest Continent ‘Zealandia,’ New Details About This Mysterious Land

Earlier this year scientists confirmed that there is officially a new continent to add to the former list of seven. The discovery of Zealandia has caused excitement and new details are being uncovered about this mainly-covered continent. Zealandia, interestingly enough, is 94 percent under water in the southwestern portion of the Pacific Ocean and the new continent sits quite near to New Zealand.
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