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Re: India's separation?



  Based on some faunal similarity with Europe and
other regions, Chatterjee et al once made a case for a
Greater Somalia land connection with Africa in the
late Cretaceous but I don't think this has been
generally accepted.
--- Rodlox <Rodlox@hotmail.com> wrote:

> 
>    When did the (sub)continent of India break from
> the Southern
> Supercontinent?
> 
>  When did India exchange faunal/floral populations
> with other continents?
> 
>  When did India come into contact with the Eurasian
> landmass?

  Early Cenozoic IIRC.
> 
>  thank you.
> 
> 



                
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