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Invertebrate Fossils - Lesson 16 - Part 1of 7
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In Invertebrate Fossils - Lesson 16 - Part 1 of 7, you will learn the definition of invertebrates.  You will also learn what a fossil and a trace fossil are.  You will find out the make up of fossils and learn how to use diagrams to illustrate how a ... [more]
February 28, 2010 at 07:22 PM
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Invertebrate Fossils - Lesson 16 - Part 3 of 7
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In InvertebrateFossils - Lesson 16 - Part 3 of 7 you will learn about multi-cell advantagesand see and experiment that shows how multi-cell formation works.  Trilobites are also discussed, as is anIllustrated Geological time scale showing organisms f... [more]
February 28, 2010 at 07:48 PM
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Invertebrate Fossils - Lesson 16 - Part 7 of 7
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InvertebrateFossils - Lesson 16 - Part 7 of 7 is a lesson in which the presenter talksabout the history of the study of fossils.  He introduces the audience to the story of "The LyingStones” and Beringer’s study of fossils and the famous Beringer fos... [more]
February 28, 2010 at 08:09 PM
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Invertebrate Fossils - Lesson 16 - Part 2 of 7
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In this lesson, you will investigate and learn about horn coral, brachiopod shellswith external spines, the seasonal growth of coral, and Cambrian fauna.You will also explore the first fossils formed with many cells.
February 28, 2010 at 07:43 PM
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Invertebrate Fossils - Lesson 16 - Part 5 of 7
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InvertebrateFossils - Lesson 16 - Part 5 of 7.This video shares the idea that the Cambrian ocean floor was dominateddeposit feeders.  It also discusseshow Graptolites, Brachiopods, Echinoderms (like sea urchins and sea stars) andHorn Coral were found... [more]
February 28, 2010 at 08:01 PM
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Invertebrate Fossils - Lesson 16 - Part 4 of 7
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In InvertebrateFossils - Lesson 16 - Part 4 of 7 you will learn about mollusks, clam (filterfeeders), squid, octopus, snails (Gastropods), and deposit feeders. Cephalopods(ammonites), and bi-valves such as clams and oysters, and  filter feeders with ... [more]
February 28, 2010 at 07:54 PM
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Invertebrate Fossils - Lesson 16 - Part 6 of 7
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InvertebrateFossils - Lesson 16 - Part 6 of 7 investigates three different Cambrian faunas.  The presenter talks about and showsexamples of organisms in geological time and the conditions under whichorganisms had to live.  He alsotalks more about wha... [more]
February 28, 2010 at 08:05 PM
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