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Rocks

Clasification of Rocks and the Rock Cycle

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What are fossils? Fossils are the remains of plants and animals that livid a long time ago.
The study of fossils and about life long time ago is…. Paleontology
Fossilization is the process of… Water filled with minerals seeps into the bone and replaces the chemicals in the bone with other minerals that are as hard as a rock.
A trace fossil is…. Something that was made by an animal while it was leaving, but has turned into stone.
The process that takes place when the soft tissues of animals’ skin and organs are preserved for thousands of years is called… Mummification
This rock is formed when magma (lava) cools and makes crystals. Igneous
This rock is formed by making bigger crystals due to heat and pressure. Metamorphic
This rock is formed when sediments become cemented together. Sedimentary
Rocks are broken down into small sediments is the process of… Weathering
If Sedimentary rock undergoes enough heat and pressure it will turn into…. Metamorphic rock
How does a rock change? Rocks are heated, squeezed, folded, or chemically changed by contact with hot fluids.
The rock cycle is the process of… An ongoing series of processes inside Earth and on the surface that slowly changes rocks from one kind to another.
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