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A fossil that is not an actual part of an organism but of something that was left behind, such as a footprint or droppings
a fossil formed when part of a plant or animal decayed underneath the weight of sediment and left an image of itself on a rock
a fossil formed when part of a living organism decayed and was replaced by minerals that harden into rock
a person's conclusions on the age of fossils
are based on what they believe about how the earth began
what evolutionists believe about life on earth
life on the earth has developed over millions of years
what evolutionists believe about rock layers
layers of rock represent geologic ages, or long time periods
what Creationists believe about how fossils were formed
The global Flood described in Genesis accounts for the formation of most fossils.
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