According to plate tectonics, this is what the Earth looked like during the Cretaceous period, 125 million years ago.
Here it is more clearly from the same source (Northern Arizona University) as the crude maps above.
At the risk of beating a dead horse, the paleomaps based upon plate tectonics are utterly absurd and totally contradicted by observation and logic.
Because marsupials "evolved" in Northern China.
A mouse-sized fossil found in China may be the oldest ancestor of modern marsupials - the mammal family that includes kangaroos and koalas.Question: if marsupials evolved in China 125 million years ago, how did they teleport to Australia and South America? I guess since banded iguanas have no problem rafting 7,000 miles to Fiji-Tonga, kangaroos have no problem hopping across the Pacific Ocean?
The creature, which was unearthed in Liaoning province, extends the ancestry of marsupials by 50 million years.
The stunning specimen preserves an imprint of the animal's coat of hair and analysis of its feet suggests it was adapted to climbing in trees.
Details of the find are reported in the latest edition of the journal Science.
Sinodelphys szalayi, as the new species has been named, lived alongside the dinosaurs in the early Cretaceous Period.
The 125-million-year-old creature has close affinities with the family of mammals known as metatherians, which includes the marsupials.