What tools do paleontologists use?

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Tools that are used by Paleontologist include crowbars and drills and even dynamite, shovels, chisels, picks, brushes to brush away dirt, drills, computers, and a magnifying lens. Paleontology is the study of prehistoric life, fossils, and rocks.
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A paleontologist uses: shovels, chisels, picks, brushes to brush away dirt, drills, maybe a magnifying glass and also computers and fancy machinery to find out the age of the fossil
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Micropaleontology is the study of mostly microscopic fossils, which includes fossils of tiny invertebrate shells or skeletons, bacteria, spores, pollen and the small bones and teeth
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picks and shovels-to excavate dirt tooth brushes- to clean and improve fossils sifter- for sifting dirt bag-for fossils and plaste-for protecting fossils plus some excaters and cleaners
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Paleontologists are scientists who study fossils of animals to learn about what the earth
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