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" ... much of the Tertiary period, Ceylon and South India were bounded on the north by a considerable extent of sea, and probably formed part of an extensive Southern Continent or great island. The very numerous and remarkable cases of affinity with Malaya... "
THE GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION OF ANIMALS - Page 328
by ALFRED RUSSEL WALLACE - 1876
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The Lost Lemuria

W. Scott-Elliot - 1904 - 44 lehte
...numerous and remarkable cases of affinity with Malaya, require, however, some closer approximation with these islands, which probably occurred at a later...land communication effected with the rich and highly developedjHimalo-Chinese fauna, a rapid immigration of new types took place, and many of the less *...
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Legends of Atlantis and Lost Lemuria

W. Scott-Elliot - 1925 - 190 lehte
...numerous and remarkable cases of affinity with Malaya, require, however, some closer approximation with these islands, which probably occurred at a later...of the less specialised forms of mammalia and birds became extinct. Among reptiles and insects the competition was less severe, or the older forms were...
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The Problem of Lemuria: The Sunken Continent of the Pacific

Lewis Spence, Paul Tice - 2002 - 272 lehte
...numerous and remarkable cases of affinity with Malaya require, however, some closer approximation with these islands, which probably occurred at a later...When, still later, the great plains and tablelands of Hindostán were formed, and a permanent land communication effected with the rich and highly developed...
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