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2015-07-28T22:10:48+08:00

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      The glossopteris fossils tell us that the early positions of the continents were once combined or amalgamated into a supercontinent---the Pangea. The Glossopteridales turn out in the Southern Hemisphere around 298.9 million years ago, the beginning of the Permian Period.
       The flora, glossopteris  of the south grew in a cold, wet climate, while that of the north existed under warm conditions. Based on the sheer number of leaf fossils found and the fact that the plants grew in a temperate climate at middle to high latitudes, therefore, the continent before has a temperate climate, wet to warm climate.


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2015-07-28T22:14:34+08:00
Antartica has a Tropical Climate before. Because Antartica is near in the Equator.

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