Europe was very different during the time of the dinosaurs,
sea-levels were higher, and thus many low-lying areas were underwater.
Temperatures were warmer - and it
was thus a Europe
with shallow seas, and many tropical isles.
Furthermore, the position of the continents was different too:
Pangaea begun to break up into two smaller super-continents:
Laurasia and Gondwanaland. Europe was part of the northern
super-continent, Laurasia, which also included
North America and Asia (except for India).
However, the very beginnings of the Atlantic slowly appeared, as
North America slowly begun to separate from Europe.
Laurasia continued to break-up. The Atlantic eventually grew into
a wide ocean separating North America from Europe.
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