Present day Siberia and surrounding continental plates
a - extant coastline; b - ophiolite belts and hypothesized sutures; c - political
boundaries(illustration from A. Blieck and P. Janvier, 1993, "Silurian-Devonian Vertebrate Biostratigraphy of Siberia and Neighbouring Terranes," in John A. Long, ed., Palaeozoic Vertebrate Biostratigraphy and Biogeography, John Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, p.88
Siberia consisted of an area which is now in Russia but was at one time a distinct continent.
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