How the isolation of the continents affected their animal and plant world.

The isolation of the continents could not but affect the course of the further evolution of animals and plants. For example, Australia became isolated before the appearance of placental mammals and preserved to this day egg-laying and marsupial animals, which were replaced by placental animals on other continents.

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