Prehistoric Scratchpad
Western North America during the Late Cretaceous. Formed after a split from Asiamerica, but before its convergence with Appalachia with the lowering of sea levels. It had one of the most diverse set of dinosaurs living on it.

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  • Asiamerica (separated from) - Name given to Western North America during the Late Cretaceous due the fact it was once connected with Asia (China, Mongolia) and had a similar animal life.
  • Appalachia (converged with) - Appalachia

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