Contact: Sandra Hines
University of Washington
Caption: Newly discovered fossils, and those from existing collections, were considered from five basins in the south of what was once a single large land mass known as Pangea, and today are part of (from left to right) South Africa, Zambia, Malawi, Tanzania and Antarctica.
Credit: U of Texas at Austin/U of Washington
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