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Fossil Word Search

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Fossils Word Search

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Dinosaurs Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A animal's bone structure. Skeleton
A dinosaur with boney plates down its back. Stegosaurus
The fiercest dinosaur of all. Tyrannosaurus
The time before written history began. Prehistoric
A person who studies dinosaurs. Paleontologist
A dinosaur with three horns on its face. Triceratops
A meat eater. Carnivore
The naturally preserved remains of an ancient plant or animal. Fossil
A plant eater. Herbivore
A flying dinosaur. Pterodactyl
An animal that hunts other animals. Predator
The largest group of dinosaurs. Titanosaurs
An animal species that no longer exists. Extinct
Large reptiles that became extinct about 66 million years ago. Dinosaurs

fossils Crossword puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

what is a remains of an organism that lived long ago and is preserved in some way? fossil
a scientist who studies fossils and organisms that lived long ago? paleontologist
a mark or figure impressed or printed on something imprints
formed when sediment fills the inside or covers the outside of a dead organism molds
preserves the impression of the hard part of an organism casts
insect fossils preserved in hardened tree sap called amber
are formed by sediment that is deposited over time, usually as layers at the bottom of lakes and oceans sedimentary rock
is a kind of fossil formed when trees that died millions of years ago fell and became covered in mud and sand petrified wood
when the last existing member dies extinct
are a diverse group of animals that first appeared during the Triassic dinosaurs

paleontology Word Search

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Paleontology Word Search

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Fossil Word Search By Vanessa Pham

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Jurassic Park Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Biggest carnivore to ever walk the earth Tyrannosaurus Rex
Younger grandchild of John Hammond Lex
Older grandchild of John Hammond Timmy
Paleontologist that visits the park Alan Grant
Botanist that works with Alan Grant Ellie Sattler
Social dinosaur, fossilized baby of this found in Montana dig site Velociraptor
Three-Horned Herbivore Triceratops
Smallest dinosaur on the island Comsognathus
Mathematician that visits the park Ian Malcolm
First dinosaur seen by the tourists when they arrive Brontosaurous
Color of the jeeps Green
Name of person who designed the grid of the park Dennis Nedry
State where Alan is shown digging Montana
Name of park Jurassic Park
Author of the book Michael Cochton
Class of dinosaurs that fly Pterosaurs
Class of dinosaurs that eat meat Carnivores
Class of dinosaurs that eat plants Herbivores
Dinosaurs that hide in the trees Othnielia
City where Ian Malcolm is from San Diego

Evidence Of Evolution Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

SimilarStuctres Homolgous Strucutres
Study of Molecules and DNA Molecular Biology
Study of Fossills paleontology
Proof of Evolution Evidence of Evolution
Study of Comparing Strucuters Comparitive Anatomy
refers to the variety of living things Diversity
Organs that are no longer used Vestigial organs
Bone structres that are no longer sued Vestigal Strucuters
Fossils trace back to a common Ancestor
Fossills of unique shape Transitional fossils

Fossils Word Search

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