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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fossil

Fossils are the preserved remains or traces of animals, plants, and other organisms from the ... The study of fossils across geological time, how they were formed, and the evolutionary relationships between taxa (phylogeny) are some of the ...

www.fossils-facts-and-finds.com/how_are_fossils_formed.html

How are fossils formed? There are many different ways that fossils can be formed . All of them depend on luck.

www.oum.ox.ac.uk/thezone/fossils/intro/form.htm

There are several different ways fossils are formed. Here we go through the five steps of fossilisation to make a typical 'mould and cast' fossil.

scienceviews.com/dinosaurs/fossilformation.html

Fossils are the record of life preserved in monuments of stone. ... One of the more exotic fossils is that of swimming tracks made by animals as they brush against ...

www.enchantedlearning.com/subjects/dinosaurs/dinofossils/Fossilhow.html

How do fossils form? After quick burial with sediment, dinosaur remains decay and are infused with minerals that seep into the bones, replacing them with ...

answersingenesis.org/fossils/how-are-fossils-formed

Do fossils really require millions of years to form? The evidence shouts no! A lot of water and a little bit of time rapidly laid down the fossil record.

australianmuseum.net.au/how-are-fossils-formed

Oct 30, 2015 ... For a plant or animal to become a fossil, a series of events must occur...

www.livescience.com/37781-how-do-fossils-form-rocks.html

Sep 21, 2015 ... In recent years, researchers have discovered that some fossils aren't just made of minerals. Fossil analyses have shown, for instance, that ...

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A fossil is the preserved remains or trace of a dead organism. The process by which a fossil is formed is called 'fossilisation'.