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Transcript of Fossils!

Fossil Imprints
How scientists date the fossils
What Are Fossils?
Relative Dating
Radioactive Dating
Relative Dating
Relative to the fossils around them
Remains or traces
Fossils are studied
Organic evolution
Various types of fossils
hard parts of organisms
Petrified objects
Casts and molds
Frozen objects
Finding Fossils
Finding fossils is awesome!!...But where do you start?
Fossils are found in river valleys, cliffs and hillsides, and human made exposures.
Casts and Molds
Frozen Fossil
Hard Part of Organism
A paleontologist sees a slightly exposed fossil...and carefully digs it up.
Half lives
5730 yr
Works Cited
Homework Helpers Biology
Sesame street
What are fossils
Types of fossils
Finding fossils
What to do with fossils
By A. Chisom
Radioactive Dating
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