How do you make fossils from plaster of Paris?


To make fossils with Plaster of Paris, mix the plaster by following the directions on the packaging. Place the object you want to fossilize into the mixture, or pour it over the object. After the specified time on the packaging, remove the object and you should have your fossil.
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