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a hypothetical continent that (according to plate tectonic theory) broke up later into India and Australia and Africa and South America and Antarctica

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In contrast, the country's cicadas, which occur in all sorts of habitats, had a dual origin, neither of which is in Gondwana -- so those geckos of old never stalked these particular cicadas.
Moydow grants to Gondwana 150,000 common shares of Moydow and 200,000 options for a period of two years.
Anything that was a direct import from Gondwana had probably died out along the way as the land rafted north.
Caption: In an jovial mood at this year's popular Coffee Shop: Kaylain Visser, Silke Ahrens and Monika Kalola at the Gondwana Collection Hall.
All six groups of diamonds were found in areas that would once have lined the edge of the ancient supercontinent Gondwana.
Although Chimaerasuchus lived in the Northern Hemisphere, it appears closely related to crocodiles that lived in Gondwana, a large, ancient land mass in the Southern Hemisphere.
The study, which is a partial report on work completed to December 2002, suggests that the Tasmanian Basin Gondwana petroleum system has source, reservoir and seal rock profiles across several geological subgroups.
These were the two categories in the Ultimate Road Trip photo competition run on the Facebook page of Gondwana Collection Namibia.
this cutting-edge exhibition is based on groundbreaking research that takes visitors on an interactive journey through the ancient land of Gondwana to meet the world's largest and strangest dinosaurs.
Entrade recently announced the creation of Entrade Asia Pacific, a 50%-50% joint venture with Gondwana Resources NL, an Australian-based business, with plans to develop B2B e-commerce marketplaces, as well as to sub-license the Entrade technology in the Asia-Pacific region.
These philosophical words capture the essence of the experience offered to guests at any of the lodges in Gondwana Collection.
Patrons' Preview of Ultimate Dinosaurs: Giants from Gondwana
Slightly less than 500 million years ago, when the first known vertebrates inhabited Australia, says Rich, the continent straddled the equator, had close links to Asia and was part of Gondwana (a supercontinent that also incorporated South America, southern Europe, Africa, the Near East, India, New Zealand and Antarctica).
NYSE:ETA), a creator of business-to-business e-commerce marketplaces, has been selected by Gondwana Resources NL (ASX:GDA), an Australian-based company, to be its partner in a 50-50 joint venture to develop business-to-business (B2B) marketplaces in the Asia-Pacific region.