Puzzles and worksheets similar to Fossil Word Search By Vanessa Pham

Chapter 5: Change in Nature Crossword

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Crossword
Description

Preserved remains of plants and animals.
This type of froms when a buried organism decays and leaves behind only a thin layer of carbon.
Petrified wood is an example of this type of fossil.
This type of fossil may consist of all or part of the original organism. Amber is an example.
Fossilized footprints, imprints, burrows and bite marks are all examples of this type of fossil.
Suggests that all of Earth's physical processes, such as erosion, happen at the same rate in the present as in the past.
Random changes in DNA.
The blending of Darwin's theories of natural selection with mutations and genetics
Attempts to date rocks or fossils by their location within layers of rocks.
Attempts to date rocks or fossils by measuring the amounts of stable and unstable isotopes within them.
Illustrates how accumulating mutations actually make organisms less fit for survival.
___________________ view mutations as evidence of the increasing disorder in creation as a result of the fall.
The ______________ is a copy of the original organism.

Fossils Word Search

Fossils Word Search
Type
Word Search
Description

continental drift
La Brea Tar Pits
mass extinction
index fossil
fossil fuel
petroleum
petrified
trilobite
organism
ammonite
dinosaur
sediment
mammoth
fossil
amber
coal
mold
cast

Fossil Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

sedimentary rock
petrified wood
paleontologist
wooly mammoth
preserved
millions
dinosaur
remains
animals
extinct
imprint
plants
fossil
bones
amber
rock
cast
mold

Fossil Record Word Scramble

Fossil Record Word Scramble
Type
Word Scramble
Description

bones
rock
sedimentary rock
wooly mammoth
dinosaur
amber
imprint
fossil
plants
animals
paleontologist
millions
extinct
petrified wood
preserved
remains
cast mold

Fossils Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

sedimentary rock
paleontologist
petrified wood
wooly mammoth
compaction
preserved
sediments
dinosaur
millions
imprint
extinct
erosion
animals
remains
fossil
plants
amber
bones
mold
cast
rock

Fossils Warm Up Word Search

Fossils Warm Up Word Search
Type
Word Search
Description

sedimentary rock
excavation site
paleontologist
paleontology
trace fossil
cast fossil
mold fossil
true fossil
organism
extinct
animals
imprint
fossil
plant
amber

Kylie Chowning's Fossil Unit Word Puzzle Word Search

Kylie Chowning's Fossil Unit Word Puzzle Word Search
Type
Word Search
Description

WOOLLY MAMMOTH
PALEONTOLOGIST
FOSSILIZATION
IMPRESSIONS
DINOSAURS
PRESERVED
PETRIFIED
FORMATION
SKELETON
IMPRINT
FOSSILS
AMBER
SHELL
ROCK
MOLD
CAST

Fossils Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

An imprint made by sediment filling a mold and creating the same shape as the once living organism.
Fossils of the actual animal or animal part preserved in ice, amber, or tar.
Formed when an organism dies, breaks down, and only leaves a thin layer of carbon.
Substances such as coal, natural gas, and oil formed from the remains of once living organism.
material that is replaced quickly in nature, alternative source of energy.
The preserved remains or traces of animals, plants, and other organisms of long ago.
to turn into stone or a stony substance.
Rocks made from material that sinks to the bottom of a liquid such as a lake, pond, or ocean.
Person who studdies fossils.
Impressions left behind by an oganism; they record the movements and behaviors.
an imprint made by the outside of a dead plant or animal when water washes the remains out of the rock.
Hardened tree sap yellow to brown in color, that is often a source of insect fossils.
A fossil made by a print or an impression.
An organism no longer alive on Earth.

Fossil Word Search

Fossil Word Search
Type
Word Search
Description

paleontologist
wooly mammoth
preserved
millions
animals
imprint
extinct
remains
plants
trace
resin
mold
cast

C6L1 Fossils and Evolution Crossword

C6L1 Fossils and Evolution Crossword
Type
Crossword
Description

naturally preserved remains, imprints, or traces of past life
naturally breaking down of dead organism
scientist who studies fossils
minerals replace parts or all of the organism-details are preserved
thin coating of carbon on rock
hard parts are dissolved and then replaced by minerals
a copy of the shape of the organism
imprint of the organism
tar,amber,freezing
evidence of activities of the organism