A fossil is a trace of an organism of a past geologic age such as a skeleton or a leaf imprint embedded and preserved in the Earth's crust. a fossil could be any preserved remains of any one's living they examples Klute bones, shells or microchips. Objects preserved in amber, hair, petrified wood, oil and DNA remnants. Paleontology is the study of fossils their age and the method of formation. Specimens are usually considered to be fossils if they are over 10,000 years old. The oldest fossil remnants are from around 3.48 billion years ago. There are many processes that lead to fossilization. Fossils vary in size from one tiny bacteria to entire dinosaur skeletons.

Fossil fuels are natural fuels like coal, petroleum and natural gas. Fossil fuels are formed from the remains of living organisms. Fossil fuels provide us with a source of nonrenewable energy. Fossil fuels are buried deep inside the earth for millions of years. Over time heat and pressure has turned these remains into the fossil fuels that we call coal, oil and natural gas. Fossil fuels are the result of decomposition of dead plant and animal matter.

Fossil Games

Dinosaur Games!! PBS Kids

Times up ! Fossil Fuel Gauge game

PBS Go Green Fossil Fuel Game

NASA power up Fossil Fuel Game

You have the Power Fossil Fuel Game

NASA Wind Energy Game

Solar Energy Vocabulary Game

Hydroelectric Dam Game

Hydropower in Canada game

Kinetic potential and thermal energy skateboard game

Follow the Carbon cycle game

NASA Keep Transportation Green Game

Layers of Time - Fossil Game

Fossil Hunter

The Pitfall Game

Dig and Deduce game

Paleontology (fossils)

Virtual Dinosaur Dig - Find a Fossil. What is it?

E-Learning Fossils Games

Types of Fossils interactive

Fossils Game

Fossils Videos (Livingstone Elementary)

Fossil Fuels

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