Mold Fossils?


A mold fossil is formed when an animal or a plant dies and is then covered by sediment. This can then be used by scientists to uncover hidden mysteries. This is only one of many different types of fossils.
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A mold fossil happens when water (acidic) eats away the actual organism that has been fossilized. When the organism has been completely dissolved, only a hollow imprint is left behind
A fossil mold is an outline or negative image of an animal, or occasionally a plant. Some fossil molds preserve a complete image of the organism, while others only show a part of
A mold and cast fossil is and exact stone replica of an organism but it is formed like this. The first layer of sediment hardens and forms a mold. then a new layer of sediment fills
A fossil mold is formed when the first layer of sediment hardens and forms a mold over the
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A mold fossil is a negative image of an organism made in the substrate. A cast fossil is a fossil formed when a mold is filled in. Actual animal or animal part ...
A mold fossil is a fossil that is created by an impression that has been left on a rock by the remains of an organism. When the mould is filled up by precipitating ...
Cast and mold are a type of fossilization where the physical characteristics of organisms are impressed onto rocks, especially coarse porous rocks such as sandstones ...
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