Take charge of your learning! Explore paleontology in an engaging and interactive environment where you get to examine the evidence of past life.
Play the role of a paleontologist as you learn to organize and analyze fossil evidence. Using fossils of fish, turtles, dinosaurs, and other animals, investigate two important steps involved in fossil analysis—organization and interpretation. Then draw your own conclusions about fish populations in prehistoric marine environments.
• Analyze fossil teeth, jaws, vertebrae, and scales from various past life forms.
• Discover what kinds of questions can be answered by examining fossils.
• Find out which parts of organisms are most easily fossilized.
• Identify a testable hypothesis from the fossil evidence of fish.
• Draw correct conclusions from fossil evidence.
• Learn the steps used to analyze fossils.
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