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Terrestrial Climate
Sometime between 180 and 120 million years ago, the great Pangaea landmass broke apart into two continents. Gondwana, the southern continent, consisted of Africa, South America, India, Madagascar, Australia and New Zealand. The northern continent, Laurasia, was composed of what are now North America, Europe, Asia and Greenland.
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