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HistoryofLifeonEarth

8th Earth Science

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All of the fossils that have been discovered worldwide Fossil record
Death of every member of a species. Extinction
Trace or remains of an organism that lived long ago Fossil
Division of Earth's History into manageable parts. Geologic Time Scale
Type of fossil that shows an organism lived there or organism activity. Trace fossils
Type of fossil that is the "hard part" of animals such as the teeth, bones, or shells. Body fossils
Type of extinction event when an entire species goes extinction very quickly. Catastrophe
The four major divisions that make up the history of life on Earth are called what? Precambrian time, Paleozoic era, Mesozoic era, and the Cenozoic era.
The largest unit of time on the geologic time scale. Eon