Continental Drift Causing North America and South America to Collide and the Effects of This Collision

Continental drift caused South America to collide with North America and changed the patterns of the ocean currents. Africa became hot and dry, the lush trees died out and the animals living inside them were forced to live on the Savanna which also forced them to walk upright and use tools to defend themselves...

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