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Owner: James Ackerman Other info: May 12 - May 16

Mold A fossil that formed when an organism pressed into mud.
Evidence Information and facts that help prove something.
Index fossil A fossil of a known age that is used to figure out the age of the rock around it.
Imprint A mark made by pressing or stamping.
Replace To put one thing in place of another.
Fossil fuel A fuel that formed from the decayed remains of ancient plants and animals.
Trace fossil A footprint, track, or burrow made by an organism and preserved in rock.
Petrified fossil A fossil that formed when the hard parts of an organism were replaced by minerals.
Paleontologist A geologist who specializes in fossils.
Sediment Bits of rock, soil, sand, shells, and the remains of organisms.
Created by: james ackerman