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1. Scientists who study dinosaurs:
    know all the answers
    work together to put all the puzzle pieces together
    don’t share or question each other’s work
 
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2. Paleontologists study:
    the fossils of plants and animals
    the behavior of living things based on things left behind
    rock layers
 
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3. Ichnologists study:
    trace fossils (fossilized footprints, nests, eggs, and even fossilized poop)
    the behavior of living things based on things left behind (footprints, nests, eggs, and even poop)
    rock layers
 
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4. Paleoichnologists study:
    trace fossils (fossilized footprints, nests, eggs, and even fossilized poop)
    the behavior of living things based on things left behind (footprints, nests, eggs, and even poop)
    rock layers
 
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5. The word dinosaur means “fearfully great lizard.” But dinosaurs were a different kind of
    reptile
    fish
    mammal
 
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6. Dinosaurs walked:
    on all four legs like dogs and cats
    on just the hind legs like an ostrich
    both of the above
 
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7. Dinosaurs had this type of skin:
    scaly
    feathery
    both of the above
 
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8. Some dinosaurs were longer than four school buses and nearly as tall as a four-story building. Others were about the size of
    chickens
    germs
    neither of the above
 
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9. A single footprint or handprint is called a track. Many tracks together make a:
    herd track
    trackway
    race track
 
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10. The dinosaur tracks we see today have been turned into:
    mud
    rock
    sand
 
   
 


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