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Fossils 101 | National Geographic

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Fossils are echoes of an ancient past. Find out about the two major categories of fossils, how fossilization occurs, and how fossils can help paint a picture of the planet’s history.
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Date: May 9, 2020

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  1. Are there human fossils or were humans not around long enough to be made into fossils? If they were around long enough why is it that we don’t find human fossils as often when humans are known to bury their dead? These animals don’t even get Buried and we find more animals encased in sediment than we do hominids

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  3. I think I know how dinosaurs died I didn’t read the whole book yet so I didn’t know how they died but I just figured out how I think that they died because the volcano irrupt and the dinosaurs don’t move that fast that they don’t have enough power to move and get out of that area where the volcano is a Repton so they can that’s how they die and I think that’s all they die but I’m not sure if they move into the ground or bones like fall down into the ground and if it’s on it’s new if it’s near the top if the bones the fossils that means that the bones from the top are the younger dinosaurs and buns for me that’s sticking to the under down the ground that means that they’re older dinosaurs and if the dinosaur bones are really dark like black kind of brown then that means that transfer died a really long time

  4. I’m learning about fossils and dinosaurs in science class I love dinosaurs and fossils I just love experiencing that you just dig and find fossils in ages on bringing them to gather as one dinosaur I just love that you get to put together the dinosaur bones that you find fun it’s like a puzzle piece puzzles that it’s just really cool I think it’s really fun to do And it’s just cool to find different bones and put them together because it’s science thing kind of fish and like you’re going to find which dinosaur it is I see that in this book from National Geographic that it’s a science thing a science book that you got to read about fossils and dinosaurs I read one of the best today in class and I thought wow I am just need to read this on my tablet and just experience of my favorites of dinosaur bones and other stuff so I just left fasteners and bones to experience what

  5. I have an oreodont skull
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    Bear cave paw walrus tuskssperm whale teeth.
    Saw fish rostrum
    And megladon teeth
    And various other fossils to sell contact me if you're interested

  6. One thing scientists refuse to do is carbon date fossils.
    Science does not look at facts; science is all about a precious theory that excludes the possibility that God exists.

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