How Fossils Are Made?


Many fossils were made when an animal or plant died and slid into water. Silt then covered it, and the layers pressed down upon it. That pressure turned the surrounding silt to rock, which captured the animal/plant permanently in rock. You can find more information here:
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Fossils can actually be formed many ways. They can be made by freezing, drying, formed in asphalt, and even in amber. Such as the scorpions and spiders that are found in amber, they are fossils, and almost perfectly preserved! You can find more information here:
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