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Fossils and GTS

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Which of the following is the preserved remains or evidence of an organism? fossil
This is type of fossil that forms when tree sap covers an insect or small animal, and hardens into a rock material. amber
Which of the following describes evidences of an organism such as burrows, coprolite, or tracks? trace fossils
These contain gas bubbles, volcanic ash, and dust particles that allow scientist to develop the history of Earth's past climate. ice cores
This is the type of rock that most fossils are found within sedimentary
This is when minerals replace tissues of organisms petrifaction
Which of the following would most likely NOT fossilize? skin
This is when all the members of a species die out. mass extinction
This is a popular theory for the mass extinction of dinosaurs. global climate cooling
The Le Brea deposits are famous for its fossils forming from? natural tarpits (aka asphalt)
The remains of a famous wooly mammoth fossil was found in ? ice
Created by: tiffany.green74