If a leaf is fossilized, it would most likely form what type of fossil? petrified fossil imprint fossil trace fossil amber fossil

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If a leaf is fossilized, it would most likely form what type of fossil? petrified fossil imprint fossil trace fossil amber fossil

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Seems like your getting everyone answer correct :/ dont really think you need my anymore
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Correct but igtg i am busy atm
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How can we use rocks to determine how an area used to look in the past?
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ok go! :) How can we use rocks to determine how an area used to look in the past?
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Rocks have layers. Layers can tell the timeline of events that have happened in the past. Scientists also do this with ice front Antarctica. They drill a long cylinder from the iceberg, and look at the layers.

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