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Be a fossil detective poster

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Living things and their habitats, Rocks, Evolution and inheritance, Human and physical geography

Why did it have big eyes? What do the teeth tell us? What is this part of the body? Answer these questions and more by looking at an ichthyosaur fossil and relating these features to an image of the reptile when it was alive, like a real fossil detective!


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