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The break up of Pangaea became more obvious. The Tethys Sea opened up between Laurasia in the north and Gondwanaland in the south. Within Gondwanaland, South America was still joined to Africa and Antarctica (EAn).

Birds were flying, plants had flowers and mammals had appeared by this time.

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