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How Fossils Are Formed By Gilberto Lopez
What are fossils? A fossil is a plant or animal that turned to stone. How fosssils are formed? What are fossils? A fossil is a plant or animal that turned to stone. How fosssils are formed?
First, an animal needs to die. Layers of soil bury the dinosaur that falls down. First, an animal needs to die. Layers of soil bury the dinosaur that falls down.
Then, the soft parts comes off the dinosaur. The dinosaur’s soft parts will rot away. Then, the soft parts comes off the dinosaur. The dinosaur’s soft parts will rot away.
Next, Layers of sediment cover the bones. Minerals in the sediment fill the bones. Next, Layers of sediment cover the bones. Minerals in the sediment fill the bones.
Then, more layers of dirt cover the bones. The Layers are putting pressure on the bones. Then, more layers of dirt cover the bones. The Layers are putting pressure on the bones.
Finally, the bones become a fossil. The fossil is now ready to be discovered by a paleontologist. Finally, the bones become a fossil. The fossil is now ready to be discovered by a paleontologist.
Fossils can be found all over the world! Fossils can be found all over the world!
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