A new interactive tool developed by a palaeontologist lets you see where your hometown would have been on the Earth over the past 750 million years.
The map tracks a changing world, from glacier covered continents, through the global continent of Pangea, and on to the Earth we know today.
The interactive tool was developed by Ian Webster, a former Google engineer using the PALEOMAP maps produced by geologist Christopher Scotese.
The history of Earth is longer than we can conceive, and the current arrangement of plate tectonics and continents is an accident of time. It will be very different in the future, and Earth may outlast us all.'