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Open Court Vocabulary for. Genre: Expository Test. “Fossils Tell of Long Ago”. am ber. The fossil of amber had an ant pre served in it. ( a yellowish sap from plants that hardens and becomes a fossil ). fos sils. The boys found a rock with fossils in it.

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Open Court Vocabulary for

Genre: Expository Test

“Fossils Tell of Long Ago”


Am ber l.jpg

amber

The fossil of amber had an ant preserved in it.

( a yellowish sap from plants that hardens and becomes a fossil )


Fos sils l.jpg

fossils

The boys found a rock with fossils in it.

( a plant, animal, or imprint that has turned to stone )


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extinct

These birds are all extinct.

( not alive today; all members of the group or species have died out )


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peat

Peat, or swampy forest soil contains may treasures for scientist.

( swampy forest soil )


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mammoth

The wooly mammoths trudged across the tundra long ago.

( a kind of elephant the lived millions of years ago )


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minerals

These are rocks and minerals found in Kansas.

( nonliving substance in the ground )


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ancient

The archaeopteryx is an ancient bird.

( very old )


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amber

( a yellowish sap from plants that hardens and becomes a fossil )


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fossils

( a plant, animal, or imprint that has turned to stone )


Extinct l.jpg

extinct

( not alive today; all members of the group or species have died out )


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peat

( swampy forest soil )


Mammoth l.jpg

mammoth

( a kind of elephant the lived millions of years ago )


Minerals l.jpg

minerals

( nonliving substance in the ground )


Ancient l.jpg

ancient

( very old )


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