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Question 1

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What are fossils?
Answer
  • Fossils are actual remains of a living organisms
  • Fossils are the perserved remains of a once-living organism
  • Fossils are hominids that are dead.
  • They are bones.

Question 2

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Fossils don't help us to find clues about the past
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  • True
  • False

Question 3

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What are the types of fossils
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  • Carbon Films
  • Neutral Fossils
  • Mold and Casts
  • Rock Fossils
  • Petrified fossils
  • Trace fossils
  • New Remains
  • Sediment Fossils
  • Perserved Remains
  • All of the above

Question 4

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What are the steps to form a fossil?
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  • 1. Sediment 2. Neutral 3. Rock 4. Air
  • 1. Erosion 2. Layers 3. Sediment 4. Neutral
  • 1. Sediment 2. Layers 3. Movement 4. Erosion
  • 1. Movement 2. Dany Garcia 3. Hola 4. Bye

Question 5

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The first step to form a fossil is sediment, what happens in that step?
Answer
  • Movement on tectonic plates, or giant rock slabs that make up earth’s surface.
  • More sediment layers accumulate above the animal's remains and minerals, such as silica slowly replace the calcium phosphate in the bones.
  • An animal is buried by sediment. Such as volcanic ash or silt, shortly after it dies. Its bones are protected from rotting by the layer of sediment.
  • Erosion from rain, rivers and wind wears away the remaining rock layers

Question 6

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The second step to form a fossil is layers, what happens in that step?
Answer
  • Erosion from rain, rivers and wind wears away the remaining rock layers
  • An animal is buried by sediment. Such as volcanic ash or silt, shortly after it dies. Its bones are protected from rotting by the layer of sediment.
  • More sediment layers accumulate above the animal's remains and minerals, such as silica slowly replace the calcium phosphate in the bones.
  • Movement on tectonic plates, or giant rock slabs that make up earth’s surface.

Question 7

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The third step to form a fossil is movement, what happens in that step?
Answer
  • Erosion from rain, rivers and wind wears away the remaining rock layers
  • Movement on tectonic plates, or giant rock slabs that make up earth’s surface.
  • More sediment layers accumulate above the animal's remains and minerals, such as silica slowly replace the calcium phosphate in the bones.
  • An animal is buried by sediment. Such as volcanic ash or silt, shortly after it dies. Its bones are protected from rotting by the layer of sediment.

Question 8

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The fourth step to form a fossil is erosion, what happens in that step?
Answer
  • Erosion from rain, rivers and wind wears away the remaining rock layers
  • Movement on tectonic plates, or giant rock slabs that make up earth’s surface.
  • More sediment layers accumulate above the animal's remains and minerals, such as silica slowly replace the calcium phosphate in the bones.
  • An animal is buried by sediment. Such as volcanic ash or silt, shortly after it dies. Its bones are protected from rotting by the layer of sediment.

Question 9

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What is mold?
Answer
  • *The mold is formed when the hardest parts in the organism are buried in sediment, sand, silt, or clay.
  • *When the hard parts dissolve it leaves a hole in the mold.
  • *The mold is a color pink jelly fish.

Question 10

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What is cast?
Answer
  • *The cast forms as result of a mold.
  • *The minerals and sediment that are left behind in the mold makes a cast.
  • *The cast is the second part of the living thing.
  • *It is an ammonite.

Question 11

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What is petrification?
Answer
  • *The process makes the minerals replace the organism.
  • *Fossils that return into stones
  • *It forms as result of a cast.
  • *The majority of scientists find this in Africa.

Question 12

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What is Traces (footprints)?
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  • *All living things contain carbon so that is why they stay like that.
  • *Over time the footprint gets buried in the layers of sediment. Then the sediment becomes rock.
  • *They show the activities that the organism did.
  • *Fossils that turn into stone

Question 13

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What are Actual Remains?
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  • *Some organisms get preserved in or close to their original states.
  • *They get preserved thanks to the earth they live on.
  • *The organisms appear in the other side of the world to where they lived on.
  • *If the organism was a mammal it preserved faster.

Question 14

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How many ways of Actual Remains?
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  • 3
  • 2
  • 1
  • 5

Question 15

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Which are the 3 ways of Actual Remains?
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  • 1. Amber 2. Tar 3. Ice
  • 1. Ice 2. Amber 3. Stick
  • 1. Tar 2. Mellow 3. Nineus
  • 1. Amber 2. Husins 3. Tar

Question 16

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What are Carbon Films?
Answer
  • *All living things contain carbon.
  • *When living things die they are buried in sediment and all the things that an organism, break down.
  • *They die and turn to carbon
  • *When living things die they are buried in amber, tar and ice.

Question 17

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What are Coprolites?
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  • *An animal waste, buried 5m underneath
  • *It is also known as fossilized dung.
  • *This is like the animal waste that then converts in stone.
  • *It is color yellow.

Question 18

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What kind of information does the Fossil Record Evidence gives us?
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  • *Information about the past life.
  • *Information of what they ate or ate ten, where and how they lived.
  • *Information of the structure of organisms.
  • *Information about who where their friends and enemies where.

Question 19

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What is Anatomical Evidence?
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  • *The study of homologous structures.
  • *The study of vestigial organs.
  • *The study of neural structures in living things.
  • *The study of neutral organs.

Question 20

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Vestigial Organs are the structures in the body that are useless. For example: appendix, third and fourth molars, post auricular muscle and frequent absence of second bicuspid.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 21

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What is Embryological Evidence?
Answer
  • *Embyological evidence is the study of the development of an organism and the study of inherited traits.
  • *Embyological evidence is the study of mammals
  • *Embyological evidence is the study of the organisms with mental issues.
  • *Embyological evidence is the study of new things that start developing.

Question 22

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What is Chemical Evidence?
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  • *It is the DNA that is similar in different species.
  • *It is the DNA that is opposite in different species.

Question 23

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What is the definition of anthropologists?
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  • The study of human cultures and origins.
  • The study of insects and their skull.
  • The study of almost all living things.
  • Special person who is in charge of developing new issues.

Question 24

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What is the definition of paleoanthropologists?
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  • Pre-historic human life study.
  • Future life study.
  • The ending life study.
  • Mammal life study.

Question 25

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What is the definition of anthropology?
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  • The study of human races, origins, societies, and cultures
  • The study of new origins, past cultures, and future societies.

Question 26

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What is the definition of paleontology?
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  • The science that deals with the fossils of animals and plants that lived very long ago especially in the time of dinosaurs.
  • The science that deals with the fossils of animals and plants that are developing.

Question 27

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What are the different types of homos (in order)?
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  • 1. sahelanthropus tchadensis 2. australopithecus afarensis 3. australopithecus africanus 4. homo habilis 5. homo erectus 6. homo neanderthalensis 7. homo sapiens 8. homo sapiens sapiens
  • 1. homo sapiens 2. homo erectus 3. australopithecus africanus 4. homo sapiens sapiens 5.sahelanthropus tchadensis 6. homo habilis 7.homo neanderthalensis 8. australopithecus afarensis

Question 28

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Facts of sahelanthropus tchadensis?
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  • It was found in 2001
  • TUMAI was this type of homo
  • They lived 6 or 7 million years ago in chad.
  • It is one of the oldest known species.
  • They had ape and human features
  • They walked upright

Question 29

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Facts about australopithecus afarensis?
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  • It was found on 1974
  • Lucy was this type of homo
  • They lived 2.95 or 3.85 million years ago.
  • They were located in Eastern Africa.
  • Their childhood was one of the longest compared to other homos.
  • They have found more than 300 of this type.

Question 30

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Facts about australopithecus africanus?
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  • It was found in 1924
  • They lived 2.1 or 3.3 million years ago
  • They had an enormous skull
  • They were adapted to climbing
  • They had ape teeth

Question 31

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Facts about homo habilis?
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  • It was found in 1960
  • They lived 1.4 or 2.4 million years ago
  • They were very very tall
  • They already used fire

Question 32

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Facts about homo erectus?
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  • It was found in 1891
  • They lived 1 or 2 million years ago
  • They lived 0.25 or 1.5 million years ago
  • Able to use fire and stools

Question 33

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Facts about homo neanderthalensis?
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  • It appeared in 1900
  • It was found in 1929
  • They lived 150 or 35000 years ago
  • They already hunted, fished and developed tools.
  • They buried each other dead

Question 34

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Facts about homo sapiens?
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  • Larger brain capacity
  • Evolved in Africa
  • Evolved in China
  • Small brain capacity

Question 35

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Facts about homo sapiens sapiens?
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  • Small brain
  • Use of language
  • Large brain
  • Appeared in Europe.

Question 36

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Our home is about ___ billion years old.
Answer
  • 4.6
  • 9
  • 2
  • 3.5

Question 37

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Earth's early atmosphere probably contained:
Answer
  • Nitrogen
  • Hydrogen Sulfide
  • Water
  • Carbon Monoxide
  • Carbon Dioxide
  • Hydrogen Cyanide
  • Hydrogen Nuclei
  • Oxygen
  • Pure Oxygen

Question 38

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From what time to what time did the Precambian Time lasted?
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  • 650-544 million years ago
  • 900-382 million years ago
  • 739-738 million years ago
  • 782-638 million years ago

Question 39

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Which are the periods of the Precambrian Time?
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  • 1. Vendian
  • 1. Quaternary
  • 1. Cambrian
  • 1. Jurassic

Question 40

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Which are the periods of the Paleozoic Era?
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  • 2. Cambrian 3. Ordovician 4. Silurian 5. Devonian 6. Carboniferous 7. Permian
  • 2. Carboniferous 3. Devonian 4. Cambrian 5. Silurian 6. Ordovician 7. Triassic
  • 2. Jurassic 3. Triassic 4. Ordovician 5. Silurian 6. Cambrian 7. Quaternary
  • 2. Jurassic 3. Triassic 4. Ordovician 5. Devonian 6. Cretaceous 7. Permian

Question 41

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From what time to what time did the Paleozoic Era lasted?
Answer
  • 828-722 million years ago
  • 544-245 million years ago
  • 732-627 million years ago
  • 713-637 million years ago

Question 42

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From what time to what time did the Mesozoic Era lasted?
Answer
  • 72-29 million years ago
  • 728-63 million years ago
  • 73-20 million years ago
  • 245-65 million years ago

Question 43

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Which are the periods of the Mesozoic Era?
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  • 8. Triassic 9. Jurassic 10. Cretaceuos
  • 8. Jurassic 9. Triassic 10. Cretaceous
  • 8. Vendian 9. Cambrian 10. Jurassic
  • 8. Quaternary 9. Silurian 10. Permian

Question 44

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From what time to what time did the Cenozoic Era lasted?
Answer
  • 83-20 million years ago
  • 74-present million years ago
  • 65-present million years ago
  • 34-present million years ago

Question 45

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Which are the periods of the Paleozoic Era?
Answer
  • 11. Tertiary 12. Quaternary
  • 11. Quaternary 12. Tertiary
  • 11. Jurassic 12. Triassic
  • 11. Cambrian 12. Vendian

Question 46

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Earth was filled with _________ air (color ____)
Answer
  • 1. clean 2. pink
  • 1. toxic 2. blue
  • 1. dirty 2. green
  • 1. toxic 2. pink

Question 47

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Charles Darwin is a scientist that made the theory of evolution
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  • True
  • False

Question 48

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When and where was Charles Darwin born?
Answer
  • Darwin was born in England on Febuary 12, 1809
  • Darwin was born in England on Febuary 11, 1810
  • Darwin was born in London on Febuary 12, 1809
  • Darwin was born in England on March 12, 1809

Question 49

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Darwin died on April 19, 1892
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  • True
  • False

Question 50

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Darwin died on April 19, 1882
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 51

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Darwin took a voyage to the ________________.
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  • South Africa
  • Galapago's Island
  • America
  • New Island

Question 52

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Who inspired Darwin?
Answer
  • Jean-Baptiste Lamarck
  • James Hutton
  • Thomas Malthus
  • Charles Lyell
  • Alfred Lamarck
  • Alfred Wallace

Question 53

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Darwin published a book called "Origin of Species"
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 54

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Why didn't the scientists that inspired Darwin, published the theory themselves?
Answer
  • They thought Darwin was more popular and more people were going to pay attention and follow him.
  • They were to lazy and thought Darwin was more intelligent.
  • They didn't have the courage to do it because it was illegal and against the religion to think that.
  • They were to lazy and thought Darwin was more popular and more people were going to pay attention and follow him.

Question 55

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What are some natural selection facts?
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  • Natural Selection means that an ecosystem is left the way it is with no modification.
  • It is the opposite of Artificial Selection
  • It is a desertic area.
  • A new place that waits 1 year to visit.

Question 56

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What are some artificial selection facts?
Answer
  • They just leave it the way it is.
  • Opposite of natural selection
  • Humans modify it.
  • It changes it's breed, taste, traits, etc.
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