Explain How a Fossil Mold Is Different from a Fossil Cast?

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Molds and casts are three-dimensional effects in which the surface outlines of an organism are preserved. Though both are just effects or representations of the original organism they differ in formation. Molds are created as mud or sediment becomes rock around dead organisms while casts are created as minerals seed into the molds then harden making a copy of the fossil
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