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Which of the following is tree sap that fossilizes insects? A) amber B) coprolite C) tar seep D) gastrolith
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User: Which of the following is tree sap that fossilizes insects? A) amber B) coprolite C) tar seep D) gastrolith

Weegy: Amber, or fossil tree sap, has been known since antiquity. A fossil itself, it can contain many preserved insects and other animals and plants that are tens of millions of years old....
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User: Fossilized dung or waste is known as a __________. A) gastrolith B) cast C) coprolite D) imprint

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Fossilized dung or waste is known as a coprolite.
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