Gondwanaland: A Study of the Continent in a Theoratic Sense.
Gondwanaland, Science 905 Section I
In the late nineteenth century, on the basis of comparative geological evidence, the Austrian geologist, Edward Suess, founded a theory that a single supercontinent, which he called Gondwanaland, an ancient landmass that consisted of the present continents of South America, Africa, Australia, and Antarctica as well as the Indian subcontinent. Gondwanaland is believed to have been intact at least twice, about 350 million years ago and about 200 million years ago. The more specific date for the beginning of the separation of the continent Gondwanaland is…
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