What Was Gondwana? What Happened To It? What Present Day Countries Made Up Gondwana?


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Gondwana was the great southern landmass that
formed as a result of the separation of a much larger
supercontinent known as Pangea about 250 million
years ago. This Gondwanan supercontinent consisted
of present day landmasses: Africa, South America,
India, Madagascar, Australia and New Zealand. The
other section of Pangea, known as
Laurasia,comprised what are now Europe, Asia and
North America.
I'm not compeltly sure what happened to it but I think it was just that Gondwana ddrifted away from the other half of the world commonly known as Laurasia

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