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August 20, 2020 5:55 pmpts 30 pts
jOined and have since moved apart. The creation of Gondwana Gondwana's final formation occurred about 500 million years ago, during the late Ediacaran Period. By this time, multicellular organisms had evolved, but they were primitive: The few fossils left from this period reveal segmented worms, frond-like organisms and round creatures shaped like modern jellyfish. In this world, Gondwana conducted its slow grind to supercontinent-status. Bits and pieces of the future supercontinent collided over millennia, bringing together what are now Africa, India, Madagascar, Australia and Antarctica. This aarlv version of Gondwana joined with the other landmasses on Earth to form the single aanlkon ia 220 milion vears ago,
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  • Sajan sarthak sahoo Best Answer
    means before million years ago when gondwana supercontinent formed it has to collect all the land masses of Africa, Australia,madgascar ,America,anatrctica . which are now all se...
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    Gurmeet singh
    but i was thinking, pangea itself a whole great landmass, which further spits into Laurasia and Gondwanaland. then how gondwana collects land masses of Africa, Australia etc. as u ...
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  • Rahul pandey thankyou
    Multicellular organisms were evolved by the end of formation of Gondwana. As small continents collapsed with Gondwana, it became a supercontinent. Organisms thrived on this superco...
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  • Sajan sarthak sahoo
    Gondwanaland was a big landmass made up of Africa, Australia, India, Madagascar, America south part,Antarctica over and before million years ago are now separated please follo...
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    Gurmeet singh
    sir , wht is bits and pieces mean and millennia also
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