A fossil is the imprint hardened into rock. An imprint is the print that the organism makes in mud or the ground.
A fossil imprinted in the rock
An imprint fossil is formed when an animal or plant makes a print in the soil. Such as a footprint.
its called a trace fossil
dinosaur's foot print
Yes an imprint is considered a fossil if it was created by life and the animal/plant/fungi in question is no longer alive. It is generally assumed that only if it is very old it is a fossil but technically this is not so.
A fossil created by a print or impression is called an imprint. The word "imprint" means to produce a mark a on a surface with the use of pressure.
either: cast fossil petrified fossil imprint fossil trace fossil
isn't it called a fossil???
A fossil is a part of imprint of something that was once alive and a artifact is an object created and used by humans
A trace fossil was an imprint left behind by an animal that hardens and turns to stone
a cast fossil is an imprint in rock of a shell, bone, etc.
when a organism leave a imprint on a sedimentary or metamorphic rock
A geologist is studying layers of rock He finds a fossil with an imprint of a shelled animal According to the law of faunal and floral succession what kind of fossil would he most likely find next is a fossil of fishes.
A leaf imprint is a trace fossil because it leaves behind a trace, showing and telling information on the leaf.