Matching fossil of reptiles have been found in Africa and South America, further proving that these 2 continents were actually so close to each other or even joined, that reptiles could travel to and fro between them easily. Identical fossil ferns have also been found in all southern continents, and also embedded in the same layer sequence, suggesting the proximity the southern continents were in millions of years ago that allowed the growing of these ferns in the same climate and soil.
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