Tethys Sea

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The sea that more or less separated the two great Mesozoic supercontinents of Laurasia, in the north, and Gondwana, in the south. That land bridges between the two supercontinents existed for much of the Mesozoic is attested to by the cosmopolitan character of dinosaur faunas.

Subjects: Biological Sciences — Earth Sciences and Geography.

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