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The Hawaiian islands formed over:
a) a mid-ocean ridge
b) A hot spot
c) the North American continent
d) the world's worst ever major ice storm

Plates moving apart is an example of what kind of boundary:
a) Convergent
b) Transform
c) Divergent
d) retroactive

Scientists believe that the Earth is how old
a) 50000 years
b) 67 million years
c) 14987 years
d) 4.6 billion years

Who proposed the theory of continental drift?
a) Alfred Wegener
b) Isaac Newton
c) Will Contidrif
d) Frederick Douglas

Which of the following is not an example of one of Earth's four layers
a) crust
b) mantle
c) hydrosphere
d) outer core

A dinosaur footprint is an example of which kind of fossil:
a) original remains
b) mold
c) carbon films
d) trace

In an undisturbed rock layer, the rocks at the top:
a) were formed at the exact same moment as the rocks at the bottom
b) are younger than the rocks at the bottom
c) are often destroyed quickly by gold miners digging for treasure
d) are the result of the end of the last ice age

If a scientists wanted to study insect fossils, where would he look
a) in tar
b) in amber
c) in tree rings
d) in the earth's inner core

Fossils are so uncommon because:
a) most animals do not fossilize when they die
b) the Earth's mantle often opens its mouth and swallows fossils whole
c) Most scientists do not care anything at all about finding fossils
d) they are often left out in the open and therefore subject to decomposition

Which of the following is an example of a mold and cast fossil?
a) a dinosaur track in your backyard
b) a shark whose skeleton is carried to the bottom of the ocean
c) a seashell once inhabited by a hermit crab
d) a wooly mammoth found in the icy waters of Greenland

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