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Gondwana is a name for a continent that broke up in the late Mesozoic. Gondwana included the modern southern hemisphere continents of Antarctica, Australia, Africa and South America, as well as the large island of Madagascar, and (probably) the Indian subcontinent.

See also: Alfred Wegener, Pangaea, Laurasia

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