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WGS84 is a reference ellipsoid that determines coordinates of every point on Earth using latitude, longitude and height about the its surface. This ellipsoid is often used as a base to make maps. Though, to make a map on a flat paper or a flat digital screen you need a projection too. An example of a popular projection would be UTM.
Mainstream GIS software give plethora of projection alternatives to display your data layers. Among them, they also let you display your data using WGS84 only.
I think they are using a certain projection but what projection is that?