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Fossils

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  • 1. FOSSILSBy Skyler, Eddie, Danielle and Zachary!!!
  • 2. 1The animal dies and the water rises and consumes the dead animal.
  • 3. 2The flesh gets eaten by smaller creatures.
  • 4. 3The bones remain lying at the bottom of the river.
  • 5. 4The sediment (tiny pieces of sand or stone) cover the bones.
  • 6. 5Decades later, the land rises.
  • 7. 6The bones rot away.
  • 8. 7Pieces of rock fill in the gaps where the bones used to be.
  • 9. 8The bones get exposed to the world.
  • 10. 9A palaeontologist comes.
  • 11. 10The palaeontologist finds the fossil (most of the time this does not happen).
  • 12. 11He brushes the dust off the fossil.
  • 13. 12He carefully digs up the fossil.
  • 14. 13A process called ‘jacketing’ is done.Jacketing is wrapping plaster around the fossil to protect it from weather conditions.
  • 15. 14The palaeontologist makes a map of what he has found.
  • 16. 15He transports it to the museum.
  • 17. 16The museum puts the fossil on display.
  • 18. CREDITSWRITERS: EDDIE AND SKYLER ZENGFACTS: EDDIE ZENGBOOK GIVER: ZACHARY WANG THANK YOU FOR WATCHING!!!

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