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What do we call kinds of animals that disappear abruptly from fossil record, yet are still alive today?

"Misplaced" fossils younger fossils found below older fossils are called?


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http://www.angelfire.com/mi/dinosaurs/livingfossils.html





question 2:
redeposition fossils

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