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Where can mold and cast fossils be found?

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  1. Kuoministers
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    they can be found in the ground preserved by the weight of dirt. Fossils are simply remains of a living organism... They also can be found in ice or under the ocean floor.

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    thnx

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    can they be found in forests?

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  4. Kuoministers
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    Yes

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    Usually, mold fossils form under water. An animal falls to the bottom of a body of water. Usually, it is partially eaten by organisms, leaving only bones and teeth, or shell. Before the animal finishes decaying, however, it is covered by a layer of silt. Over time, more and more dirt builds up on top of the remains.

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    ok. have u heard a creature named megalodon?

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  7. Kuoministers
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    not really. Its just a shark?

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    70- 80 feet long

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  9. Kuoministers
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    yea one gigantic shark hey :P

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  11. Kuoministers
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    haha elephants can swim :P

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    hear it in one of the games i play :P

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  13. mitchelsewbaran
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    have u heard of leviathan?

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  14. Kuoministers
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    yea

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  15. Kuoministers
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    what about the leviathan lol

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  16. mitchelsewbaran
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    just curious who do u think would win in a fight, megalodon or leviathan?

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  17. Kuoministers
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    oh my bad :P

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    i go for leviathan!!!

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