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Its skeleton was made of difficult-to-fossilize cartilage, so what scientists do know mostly comes from fossilized teeth.
As kids, my sister and I memorized those tapes, the McDonald’s commercials fossilized in our minds.
Minerals such as calcite make such shells hard and help them to fossilize.
Till men began to wonder at the stratification of rocks, and the fossilization of shells, there was no science of Geology.
WESTMINSTER SERMONSCHARLES KINGSLEY
A very common kind of fossilization is the preservation of only the hard parts of organisms.
GEOLOGYWILLIAM J. MILLER
Such hard parts or shells were commonly favorable for fossilization.
GEOLOGYWILLIAM J. MILLER
This assists fossilization to some degree, and fossil Charas are not uncommon.
ANCIENT PLANTSMARIE C. STOPES
To evoking the instincts of bygone ages, which have not been preserved by fossilization?
MORE HUNTING WASPSJ. HENRI FABRE
Here the sporangia are irregular in shape, owing to their contraction after ripeness and during fossilization.
ANCIENT PLANTSMARIE C. STOPES
Glimpses there were of the handy, affectionate, sympathizing woman, emerging from fossilization.
IDOLATRYJULIAN HAWTHORNE

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