Among the scientific community, the evidence shows that no rapid shifts in the Earth's pole have occurred during the last 200 million years.
True polar wander is known to occur, but only at rates of 1° per million years or less.
The last rapid shift in the poles may have occurred 800 million years ago, when the supercontinent Rodinia still existed. This hypothesis is almost always discussed in the context of Earth, but other bodies in the Solar System may have experienced axial reorientation during their existences.
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