Describe the Typical Conditions Necessary for Fossil Formation?

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When fossilization occurs, plants or animals that have died are preserved in resin, rock, or other substances. There are typical conditions that are necessary for fossil formation to occur. In order for fossils to form, the plant or animal must quickly be buried in moist sediment or volcanic ash. Ground water in the area must contain minerals necessary for fossilization to occur. Weather conditions should remain the same, and calm conditions around oceans or other bodies of water are needed in order to keep fossils intact.
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