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Fossils are generally found in ______.

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  • Sedimentary rocks

  • Igneous rocks

  • Metamorphic rocks

  • Any type of rock

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Fossils are generally found in sedimentary rocks.

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Chapter 7: Evolution - MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS [Page 46]

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Chapter 7 Evolution
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