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Why is it rare for the soft parts of an organism to become a fossil?

A. the soft parts take a long time to decay.
B. the soft parts can be eaten by other animals.*
C. the soft parts cannot be buried in sediment.
D. the soft parts form petrified fossils.

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  1. I agree.

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  2. 1)B
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    3)A
    4)B
    5)A
    6)A
    7)B
    8)A
    9)D
    10)C
    11)B
    12)False
    13)True
    14)False
    These are all 100%
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  5. thank you so much

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  7. Thanks

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  10. TYSM STEVE

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  11. Oh sorry I meant shawn*

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  12. Shawn is right!! 100%

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