How fossils are formed
By sarapark, Updated
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A sea creature swimming
I am the star of the show
The sea creature dies and sinks to the bottom of the sea.
nobody told me that I die in scene 2. Here's my dying scene: cough, cough, splutter splutter...
Over a long time, layers and layers of sediment pile on top of the shell which is covered by heavier and heavier material.
After millions of years, the Earth's crust move the layer where the fossil is closer to the surface.
The top layers covering the fossil are eroded away by wind or rain.
I didn't even have to bring my shovel!
The fossil is exposed
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