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RSS FeedsFossil trove sheds light on ancient antipodean ecology
(PHYSorg.com Archaeology & Fossils)


2 april 2020 20:25:10

Fossil trove sheds light on ancient antipodean ecology
(PHYSorg.com Archaeology & Fossils)

The oldest known animals and plants preserved in amber from Southern Gondwana are reported in Scientific Reports this week. Gondwana, the supercontinent made up of South America, Africa, Madagascar, India, Antarctica and Australia, broke away from the Pangea supercontinent around 200 million years ago. The findings further our understanding of ecology in Australia and New Zealand during the Late Triassic to mid-Paleogene periods (230-40 million years ago).

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