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Why are there no fossils in metamorphic rocks?

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    fossils are found in sedimentary rocks only. this is because layers of earth materials layered over them protecting them and causing their preservation. igneous or metamorphic rocks have been altered by heat or pressure and the fragile organic remains would be destroyed.

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