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This type of fossil starts as a mold, but sediment seeps in and fills the space in the mold.
a) CAST b) TRACE c) MOLD d) DINOSAUR
When a plant or animal is coverd by layers of sediment. After the sediment turns into rock, a hollow space is left in the rock.
a) TRACE b) CAST c) MOLD d) IGNEOUS
Tracks or plant parts left in the mud that hardens into rock.
a) CAST b) MOLD c) IMPRINT d) PETRIFIED
Minerals in the groundwater slowly fill in or replace bones or parts of a plant.
a) TRACE FOSSIL b) MOLD FOSSIL c) IMPRINT FOSSIL d) PETRIFIED FOSSIL
Why are fossils not the actual bones of an ancient animal?
a) All fossils are fake, made by people trying to fool us. b) Bones and part of plants break down over time. Fossils are just replicas or molds of the living things hard parts. c) Scientists never really find fossils, they just make it up. d) No organisms really have bones or hard parts.
What is one Missouri fossil that proves that Missouri was coverd by an ocean millions of years ago?
a) Mastadon b) Trilobite c) Sabertooth Tiger d) Fern
Describe a crinoid.
a) A plant that looks like an animal. b) An animal that has large teeth. c) An animal that looks like a plant. d) A sea creature similar to a whale.
What is a gastropod similar to?
a) A chicken b) An elephant c) A fish d) A snail
Trilobites are like these creatures that live today.
a) Horseshoe crabs b) Sharks c) Minnows d) Sea weed
Bi-Valve Fossils are similar to these creatures.
a) Shrimp b) Lobsters c) Ferns d) Clams
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