Discussion in 'Alternate History Maps and Graphics' started by Westphalian, Dec 5, 2015.
Even if Sinai was that big, it still doesn't explain how Moses took 40 years.
Most of that time was probably taken up in dealing with the red tape.
Judging by the width of the Red Sea, it must be a map of 5 million years in the future. That might also explain why Iraq is now submerged.
Apparently the Aral Sea used to be home to aquatic lions
The first thing I noticed was that the "historical range" region goes underneath borders, but the "current range" region goes over them. Japan doesn't exist? Fine, they're irrelevant here, but did they really have to cut off Indonesia?
I always thought that the Iranian peace treaty with Iraq was a little drowning.
Best yet? It's just one lion.
I would think the past. The African Continent is mostly moving North (though the split off of Eastern Africa may not cause it to close completely.
All lions were originally aquatic! Thats explain how they made it cross the ocean between India and east AFrica
Those were the famous Sealions.
Meanwhile, have some public transport:
The worst thing about this map is the submergence of the British Isles
"Well, Africa's a little smushed but other than that it doesn't look too WHAT IN THE BLUE HELL DID THEY DO TO THE ASIA-PACIFIC?!"
Take a little look at the Caribbean - North South America.
my previous post was actually (not in so many words) my real reaction to the map i saw the American tropics shortly after but it's got nothin' on the Asia-Pacific
Since they are Sealions, that's what they were trained for, the elimination of the British Isles.
The lost continent of Lemuria rises once more...
That reminds me, I really need to book that hotel on the Mesopotamian Sea. Ibrahim Khalil has always been such a gorgeous beach resort
But the real worst thing is that I only noticed it when you pointed it out for me!
On account of submerging, according to reddit this is on a school wall (though they didn't specify which school)
I could almost understand it if they wanted to show the continents separately and decided to miss out all the islands - but what happened to Iberia?
Separate names with a comma.