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This type of fossil is formed from residue chemically bonded to rock. They do not contain body parts or bones but show an 'outline' of the organism.
a) Mold b) Cast c) Carbon Film d) Preserved remain
When an organism is trapped in a substance and protected from decomposition. The specimen is the actual remains....they have not been replaced by rock.
a) Mold fossil b) Preserved remains c) Trace fossil d) Imprint fossil
An organism creates a depression in sediment and then the organism decays. If the cavity left behind fossilizes, it is called a ____________.
a) Mold Fossil b) Cast fossil c) Imprint fossil d) Trace fossil
Which of the following would NOT be considered a trace fossil?
a) Coprolite b) Footprint c) Dinosaur skeleton d) A fossilized burrow
Fossil formed when a mold is filled in with sediment.
a) Preserved remains b) imprint fossil c) Trace fossil d) Cast fossil
Which of the following would be a good place to find preserved remains?
a) Sedimentary rock b) Tar pits c) Metamorphic rock d) Rain forest
Which of the following is an example of a mold fossil.
a) Cavity in sandstone left behind by a shell. b) An insect trapped in amber. c) A mammoth trapped in a tar pit. d) A leaf that leaves behind a thin film of carbon.
Which of the following would be considered preserved remains?
a) The footprint of a large dinosaur. b) A complete skeleton of a T-Rex. c) A mammoth trapped in a tar pit. d) Coprolite from an early mammalian.
Which of the following would be a good example of a cast fossil.
a) A footprint of a large dinosaur. b) A Mammoth trapped in a tar pit c) Coprolite from an early mammalian. d) A complete skeleton of a T-Rex.
What type of organisms are most likely to leave carbon films?
a) Large, bony organisms. b) Small, bony organisms. c) Large, thick plants. d) Small, thin plants.
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