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Fossil Quiz

MVCS - 6th grade

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Trace fossil is Preserved traces can of organism.
Trace fossil is form by Most fossils form when a dead organism is buried in sediment. Layers of sediment slowly build up.
An example of a Trace Fossil is footprints, burrows, or even wastes.
Mold fossil is This is an imprint of an organism left in rock. The rock that fills in the - - - - resembles the original remains.
Cast fossil is This is the rocky material that fills the mold.
True Form fossil is This is when a fossil is made up of the entire organism.
Mold fossil is form by With compression, an organism’s remains are put under great pressure inside rock layers leaving behind a dark stain in the rock.
Cast fossil is form by With compression, an organism’s remains are put under great pressure inside rock layers leaving behind a dark stain in the rock.
True Form fossil is form by This type of fossils are formed when the animals soft tissues or hard parts did not decay over the years because they are trapped in sap that hardens to become amber.
An example of a Mold Fossil is A dark stain is left on a rock or a hole left in rock after an organism’s remains break.
An example of a Cast Fossil is A dark stain is left on a rock or a hole left in rock after an organism’s remains break.
An example of a True Form Fossil is sap or amber
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