Skip to comments.Scientists discover a 280-million-year-old fossil forest in Antarctica.
Posted on 01/07/2021 11:21:24 AM PST by Rakhi Sarkar
Antarctica wasn’t quite a region of ice for most of the year. It is widely believed that millions of years ago, when the planet earth was already a massive landmass called Gondwana, trees flourished near the South Pole.
Now, newfound, intricate fossils of some of these trees are revealing how the plants thrived — and what forests might look like as they march northward in today’s warming world.
(Excerpt) Read more at archaeology-world.com ...
I thought Pelosi was in DC.
Here’s to global cooling.
Finally found Wakanda................................
council of trees
I wonder who was calling it Gondwana back then?
Source is a hoax site.
Thanks for the laugh!
“It is widely believed that millions of years ago, when the planet earth was already a massive landmass called Gondwana,”
“Called” By WHOM?
Exactly what “millions of years” old language is Gondwana?
All articles posted from this magazine are either unfounded, unsourced, outright fakes and so forth. Fake archeology, fake science, poor writing. Would go over better in the Babylon Bee.
If it was that warm a million years ago then Nothing Should Have Survived!
What the earth looked like down thru the ages.
This is set at 280 million. Use dropdown menu for other times.
Thanks, but no thanks. Archaeology World sucks.
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