Thanks Mark. It seems odd that in three separate articles, there was very little to no mention of plate tectonics, and movement of this continent northward (significantly) in the time era they noted, and hence the seemingly warm climate that would allow the growth diversity not seen today now that the continent has shifted to the southern-most region of the planet. That information was probably out of scope for the articles, but none-the-less, another example where a plethora of information or data makes up current science's claim of anthropomorphic factors causing or greatly contributing to a significant increase in the rate of temperature and climate change.
"However, climate change alarmists always find somewhere on Earth where temperatures are higher than ever. The focus is always on isolated temperatures that have reached all-time highs while the same reports ignore all-time record lows. These zealots would like you to believe that due to fossil fuel emissions, summers are now longer and hotter while winters are shorter and milder. "