Africa was very different during the time of the dinosaurs:
During the early part of the
Africa was joined with all the other continents in one super-continent known
Pangaea begun to break up into two smaller super-continents:
Laurasia and Gondwanaland. Africa was part of the southern
super-continent, Gondwanaland, which consisted of
South America, Africa, India, Australia
Separating Africa from Asia, was the Tethys Sea (also sometimes known as the Tethys Ocean).
Gondwanaland begun to break-up: Africa separated from South America,
Antarctica and India, and begun a slow journey Northwards. Thus, the Tethys Sea
gradually shrank in size, and was to eventually disappear.
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