Indian landmass drifted away from Mad...

Indian landmass drifted away from Madagascar: IISc study

The researchers determined the timing of suturing by radioactive dating of minerals like zircon, monazite within the suture. Bengaluru: An international study led by IISc researchers has found evidence that Indian landmass may have drifted away from Madagascar 90 million years ago and floated across the Indian Ocean to join the Asian landmass .

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