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Earth’s Landscapes

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Earth’s Landscapes
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  • Rock layers provide evidence of Earth’s landscapes from the past.
  • The oldest rock layers are at the bottom and the newest layers are at the top.
  • The location of fossils in rock layers provides evidence of earth’s past landscapes.
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Level 1

What happens to the age of fossils as we move deeper into the layers of the earth?

Level 2

What evidence does the team have that Sharktooth Hill was once part of the ocean.

Level 3

What can fossils found in rock layers tell us about ancient landscapes?

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