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    Mar 28, 2012, 11:44 AM
    What, if anything, did India contribute to Asia when they collided in the Eocene?
    Particularly interested about mammals. Are there any strange, archaic mammals that "suddenly" appear in the Eurasian fossil record around the time that India collided with Asia, obviously implying they would have been the survivors of the drifting Garden of Eden that was India.

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