anonymous
  • anonymous
help no one is on biology Fossils of a species of bear are found in layer 5. Which layer is most likely to have organisms that lived at the same time as the bear species? A. Layer 4 B. Layer 2 C. Layer 1 D. Layer 8
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anonymous
  • anonymous
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marihelenh
  • marihelenh
It would be A, layer 4. Layer 4 is the closet to layer 5, meaning that the two times are the closest together.
AryaVegapunk
  • AryaVegapunk
Lookin at it this way. With each layer, lets say 10,000 years pass. Therefore the layer closest to the bear's is the one most likely to be around when the bear was.

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AryaVegapunk
  • AryaVegapunk
Guess I'll go chill in the bio section
anonymous
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ok

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