In the last two books, we briefly went over the sauropsid's domain of New Zealandia, which is on the equator. This time however, we will be discussing the island of Madagascar, and how its journey southward and westward dramatically altered the animal and plant life on the island. Now, without further ado, let's begin.
The opposite of what happened to New Zealandia, Madagascar and its island partner Ethiopia traveled southward in 50 million years. So southward in fact, that the southernmost tip has a climate one would liken more to the northeast coast of North America. Predictably, this has had an effect on the fauna and flora living on