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SCIENCE FOSSIL

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EXTINCT DESCRIBES A TYPE OF ORGANISM THAT NO LONGER EXISTS ANYWHERE ON EARTH
EVOLUTION LIVING THINGS CHANGE OVER TIME
SCIENTIFIC THEORY EXPLAINS A WIDE RANGE OF OBSERVATIONS
TRACE FOSSIL TYPE OF FOSSIL THAT PROVIDES EVIDENCE OF THE ACTIVITIES OF ANCIENT ORGANISMS
CARBON FILM A TYPE OF FOSSIL CONSISTING OF AN EXTREMELY THIN COATING OF CARBON ON ROCK
CAST A FOSSIL THAT IS A COPY OF AN ORGANISM'S SHAPE FORMED WHEN MINERALS SEEP INTO A MOLD
MOLD A FOSSIL FORMED WHEN AN ORGANISM BURIED IN SEDIMENT DISSOLVES LEAVING A HALLOW AREA
PETRIFIED FOSSIL A FOSSIL IN WHICH MINERALS REPLACE ALL OR PARTS OF AN ORGANISM
SEDIMENTARY EARTHS MINERALS DEPOSITED BY EROSION
PALEONTOLOGIST A SCIENTIST WHO STUDIES FOSSILS TO LEARN ABOUT ORGANISMS THAT LIVED LONG AGO
FOSSIL THE PRESERVED REMAINS OF TRACES OF LIVING THINGS
Created by: Barkalow1