The fossil record tells us what types, kinds, and numbers of organisms may have lived in the past, as well as what they ate, what age they lived in, how they moved, where they… lived, Their activities, how they breathed, how they reproduced, their appearance, the climate they lived in, how they died, their lifespan, and what led to their evolution and their extinction.
what a dinosaur looked like, how big a dinosaur was, and when and here dinousaurs lived
A fossil can reveal information about extinct animals such as where the animal lived, how long ago the animal lived, what kinds of foods the animal ate, and how the animal… had adapted over time for survival.
it tells that something long ago lived there, that is now extinct
The kind and numbers of fossils found in different kinds of rocks give clues about past ecosystems. Fossils give evidence that, in any ecosystem, some plants and animals s…urvive well, and some do not.
there are 5 animals that are extinct and they are: the monkey elephant birds snakes dogs
Fossils are the only way to learn which animals are extinct or have changed over time. We can look at animals that exist today and speculate concerning on the appearance… of a common ancestor. We frequently have to change our opinion when we find a fossil.
Cuz they just can't
it tells us that Pangaea was a full Continent
The fossils of extinct animals can give many clues as to what the animal looked like, what the animal's behavior patterns were, where the animal lived, why the animal died…, and what time period the animal existed.
It can help by there Anatomical structure
What can you tell from this fossil about where the animal lived and how it moved how could you learn more about the extinct animal?
Fossil footprints can tell us how the animal moved. The stride length, or the distance between two footprints, tell how fast the animal moved. The longer the stride length, th…e faster the movement was. Footprints give clues about the animal's weight. The deeper the footprint, the heavier the animal would have been. The size and shape of teeth tell us what kind of food the animal ate, which can give clues about where the animal lived. Animals that ate fish would have lived in or near water, for example. The type of rock the fossils were found in tell us what kind of ground the animal walked on. Scientists learn more about extinct animals by studying live animals and using computer models and simulations. They study living animals to see how their muscles move and how their bones fit together. Computer models and simulations help scientists test their ideas, for example about how fast an animal might be able to run.
Nothing unless you ask it a question. Seriously, that is like asking a question about GOD. Its too complicated to answer in this format. It depends on the context, but fossils… ( plant, animal, or any living thing really ) can tell us about the organs and nervous system of the particular organism, sometimes we can learn about the brain activity or the social habits, even the reporductive abilities of the particular creature, or it tells us about the environment the animal ( or plant ) lived in, oxygen content, weather, all sorts of cool stuff. We can glean all kinds of neat info from a simple bone impression on a rock, its kind of incredible. I know i didnt REALLY answer that one to well, but hey, you asked a pretty vague question.
It tells us how/ what animal,thing,person ect. Lived and how things changed for bc to now example horse back in b.c had like 5 fingers n now they hve hoofs
Whether they are a carnivore, omnivore, or herbivore, and also what types of food they consumed, i.e for a herbivore, what types of plants they could eat.