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what are three opposites or non-examples of fossil records?

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    HeLp Me!!!!!!

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    Anything that looks like it could be a fossil but isn't;
    A fabric object that has been soaked under a limestone bearing waterfall.
    A hoax, like Piltdown Man.
    A footprint in dried mud.

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    HELP!!!!!!! I need to know at least 3 non examples of fossil!!!

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