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Any trace of a dead organism, such as an imprint in a rock, is called a A. transitional form. B. homologous structure. C. strata. D. fossil.
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User: Any trace of a dead organism, such as an imprint in a rock, is called a A. transitional form. B. homologous structure. C. strata. D. fossil.

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Any trace of a dead organism, such as an imprint in a rock, is called a fossil.
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