Scientists Find Parts of Megacontinent Gondwana in International Waters West of Australia

Australian scientists exploring areas of the Indian Ocean said Thursday they had found sunken parts of the megacontinent Gondwana which could offer clues on how the current world was formed.

 

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Source: , November 17, 2011

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