Not just were there not Seven Seas yet, there were just two supercontinents. The southern supercontinent is called “Gondwana” which contained today’s Africa, South America, Antarctica, Australia, Arabia, and India, and that’s just the beginning.
Antarctica was associated with Australia when the primary leatherbacks took to the ocean and would not uncouple from it for around thirty million more eras of these ocean creatures.
South America stayed near West Antarctica, which was calm in atmosphere. An additional 80,000,000 years would pass by before Antarctica would have relocated far toward the south and transform into the sub zero mainland we see.This antiquated time brought forth these old ocean turtles.
At the point when the progenitors of today’s leatherbacks advanced into ocean occupants, there were no winged animals in the sky, no elephants, mastodons, mammoths, and not even a little mouse in light of the fact that there were no feathered creatures or warm blooded animals at all on the globe.
So far as that is concerned, there were no dinosaurs, either. The relentless Tyrannosaurus Rex would not walk the planet for around four hundred thousand centuries more. Yes, you read it accurately: 400,000 centuries.