Abraham Ortelius created the first modern atlas and observed that the continents fit together like a puzzle piece. Alfred Wegner built on his work and uncovered the scientific evidence that all continents had once formed a big continent called Pangaea.
Scrat places a nut on the ground, causing the Earth to split in half. He travels down the layers of the Earth and chases the nut on the Earth's core. This clip comically shows how the different continents and many of Earth's iconic structures formed.