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Who studies plant and animal fossils?


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


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A Paleobotanist studies plant fossils

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.

Animal fossils contain hydroxyapatite from bones.Plants contain carbon.

fossils can show what the shape and environment of the animal or plant fossil

1. When that animal/plant lived. 2.What killed that animal/plant.

A palaeontologist studies fossils.

No. Fossils can be animal, plant, or other things (like footprints or coprolites). Coal, for instance, is mostly plant matter and has lots of 'fossils' in it.

A Paleontologist is a person who studies fossils.

A paleontologist is a scientist who studies fossils.

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

Paleontologists study fossils and ancient life, including, but not limited to, dinosaurs. A Paleobotanist studies plant fossils. Palaeontologist / paleontologist.

Bones or fossils. depends on when you find them

Containing fossils with traces of plant or animal life.

According to my worldwide studies a Venus Flytrap is a plant. Many studies have said that it is an animal, however in my current research I have come to the conclusion that they are plant species.

Fossils are depositions of dead animal imprints and/or bones. When an animal or plant dies, its skin rots away, leaving behind the bone or imprint.

Fossils are the impression or trace of a living animal or plant, usually in the type of sediment they lived in or nearby. You would not find an animal or plant living in a molten lava flow or inside a working volcano so you don't find their fossils there.

Chalk is a rock composed of animal fossils and coal is a rock composed of plant fossils.

fossils as imprints of a plant or animal in a rock

Fossil fuels are called fossil fuels because they are made from plant and animal fossils.

Because those continents that display the same plant and animal fossils were once joined together and were subsequently separated by lithospheric plate divergence.

Fossils may be either Plant or Animal in "origin".

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