Sedimentary rocks from the Permian/Triassic boundary in Tibet that were originally formed in the southern hemisphere when India was still part of the Gondwana Supercontinent


Triassic Quartzite from Xigaze in Tibet, originally formed as a sediment on the Gondwana continent.


The Permian index fossil, the fern Glossopteris, is found in all ‘Gondwana’ continents, showing that they were once joined. (Glossopteris fossil from coal measures of the
Sydney-Bowen Basin in eastern Australia).