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The Dating Game

Part of Hall of Human Origins. Fossils arranged chronologically, for instance, can often suggest evolutionary relationships among species. And fossils of the same age demonstrate the distributions of ancient plants and animals around the world. Fortunately, paleontologists today have a number of techniques they can use to answer the question, "How old is it? One way of dating fossils relies on their relative positions in the ground. When paleontologists dig deeper in sedimentary rock they are, in effect, looking back in time. As sediments carried by wind and water accumulate, they bury older layers—so the bottom layers in a geological sequence are usually the oldest and the top layers the youngest. Paleontologists can thus put fossils in chronological order without knowing the actual age of each specimen.

The age of fossils can be determined using stratigraphy, biostratigraphy, and radiocarbon dating. Paleontology seeks to map out how life evolved across geologic time. A substantial hurdle is the difficulty of working out fossil ages. There are several different methods for estimating the ages of fossils, including:. Paleontologists rely on stratigraphy to date fossils. Stratigraphy is the science of understanding the strata, or layers, that form the sedimentary record.

A fossil from Classical Latin fossilis ; literally, "obtained by digging" [1] is any preserved remains, impression, or trace of any once-living thing from a past geological age. Examples include bones, shells, exoskeletons , stone imprints of animals or microbes , objects preserved in amber , hair, petrified wood , oil, coal, and DNA remnants. The totality of fossils is known as the fossil record.

Knowing fossils and their age

But what is exactly a fossil and how is it formed? Have you ever wondered how science knows the age of a fossil? Read on to find out! If you think of a fossil, surely the first thing that comes to your mind is a dinosaur bone or a petrified shell that you found in the forest, but a fossil is much more.