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Gondwana

[ gond-wah-nuh ]
/ gɒndˈwɑ nə /
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noun
a hypothetical landmass in the Southern Hemisphere that separated toward the end of the Paleozoic Era to form South America, Africa, Antarctica, and Australia.
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Also called Gond·wa·na·land .
Compare Laurasia.

Origin of Gondwana

First recorded in 1870–75
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