Test: 3rd Grade Science

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How does a fossil tell us about an organism that lived in the past?

A fossil cannot tell us anything about an organism that lived in the past. We would need to see the plant or animal to make any decisions about it.

A fossil can tell us the color of an organism, its favorite food, and the age of the organism.

A fossil provides evidence about the approximate size of an organism, its living location, and the conditions that an organism lived in.

A fossil can tell us the approximate size of an organism, its favorite food, and how many offspring it had.

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