Fossils of plants and animals were found on different continents on the opposite sides of the ocean.
The fossils found on one continent were identical to fossils scientist found on another continent on the opposing side of the ocean.
Whatever the fossils were, they could not have traveled across vast oceans like the ones they would’ve had to cross.
For example, there were fossils found in South America identical to the ones found in Africa. Whatever the fossils were would have had to swim across the Atlantic Ocean, so imagine a land animal we see today like a lizard, swimming across the Atlantic Ocean, it’s not very likely that it would make it.
Striations were found on the coast of both South America and South Africa, the Striations left by glaciers formed patterns, which are identical to one another.
Deposits left by glaciers during an ice age were found. Wegener found that, Africa, India, Australia, and Antarctica all fit around the South Pole, where there would have been extremely low temperatures.