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A Paleontologist is a person who studies fossils.


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A palaeontologist studies fossils.

A person who studies dinosaurs and fossils is called a palaeontologist.

An archeologist is the name of a person who looks for fossils A paleontologist studies these fossils.

Paleontology is the study of fossils, therefore a paleontologist is a person who studies fossils.

A paleontologist is the type of person who would study fossils and dinosaurs.

A palaeontologist studies palaeontology, the study of fossils and thus of all ancient life including dinosaurs.

A person who studies rocks and fossils is called an archeologist. No, the study of fossils is called paleontology and the study of rocks is called geology, so a person studies fossils is called a paleontologist.

Person who studies fossils and prehistoric bones

A student of fossils is an archaeologist.

A paleontologist is a scientist who studies fossils.

Paleontologist is the name for someone who studies fossils palentology is the science

Generally most fossils are found by the general public.However the name for someone that studies fossils and generally excavates fossils is a paleontologist.

A Paleobotanist studies plant fossils

A palaeobotanist is a person who studies palaeobotany - the study of botany which deals with plant fossils.

Geologist studies rocks an fossils.

Geologist studies fossils, but a zoologist studies animals, and a botanist studies plants.

Paleontologist study dinosaurs and there fossils.

pale botonist is studies of fossilized plants and for animal fossils is paleontologists because while they are studying the past, they are studying fossils

A palaeoichnologist is a person who studies palaeoichnology - the study of the discovery of trace fossils preserved in ancient rocks.

The definition of a paleontologist is a person who studies fossils. These are people who try to analyze ancient life.

Scientists who study fossils are, "Paleontologists".

A scientists who studies fossils, whether they are from dinosaurs or something else, is called a paleontologist.

The technical term for anyone who studies the fossils of prehistoric creatures other than humans (including dinosaurs) is "paleontologist."

A palaeophytologist is an obsolete term for a palaeobotanist - a person who studies palaeobotany - the study of botany in relationship to plant fossils.

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