A landmass is a large land area surrounded by an ocean or sea. On the other hand, Euramerica is a minor super continental created in the Devonian due to the collision between the Laurentian and Baltica. Euramerica was formed by joining the two earlier continents Laurentia and Baltica (Krause et al., 2018). Avanolia, Laurentia, and Baltica came together to form Euramerica, leading to the impetus ocean closure. The collision led to the northern Appalachians formation. Euramerica sat near Siberia, and the Khanty Ocean was found between them. During these events, Gondwana moved gradually towards the South Pole. Most of the Euramerican landmass are referred to old red sandstone continent. Euramerica is made up of northwest Africa and southwest Europe, and it is located slightly to the lower latitude.