A Paleobotanist studies plant fossils
Animal fossils contain hydroxyapatite from bones.Plants contain carbon.
Animal fossils are more plentiful than plant fossils because animals contain hard parts such as bones, teeth, and shells.
molds and casts, trace fossils, petrified wood, and carbon filmThe four types of fossils are mold fossils, cast fossils, true-form fossils, and trace fossils. Mold fossils are impressions from when the plant or animal first decomposed. Cast fossils are plant or animal remains. True-form fossils are remaining body parts from an animal. Trace fossils are marks that have been left by animal, such as footprints.
Those are fossils.
Plant fossils animal fossils and water fossils
fossils can show what the shape and environment of the animal or plant fossil
A palaeontologist studies fossils.
1. When that animal/plant lived. 2.What killed that animal/plant.
A paleontologist is a scientist who studies fossils.
A Paleontologist is a person who studies fossils.