How Fossil Records Add to Our Understanding Day 1

Unit 11: Fossils, Evidence of Organisms That Lived Long Ago
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Objective: Identify and illustrate how fossil records are used in conjunction with geology by completing 10 out of 13 questions accurately.

Big Idea: Scientists research fossils in order to provide evidence of the organisms and the environments in which they lived long ago.

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Science, Geology, fossils
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