What Tools Do Paleontologists Use?

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Paleontologists use a wide variety of different types of tools. They will use picks, shovels, chisels, brushes, masonry trowel, dustpans and toothbrushes.
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With the aid of a paleontologist.
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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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The tools that paleontologists use are common. They use shovel, picks, drills and chisels, magnifying glasses, and computers. When getting close to the bones sometimes even toothbrushes
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A. In paleontology, when you&39re taking down the big rocks, you use shovels and picks. When you get close to the bones, you use a rock hammer. When you get even closer, you use
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