fossil record

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fossil record (plural fossil records)

  1. The collective record of biological development that is reflected in the fossilized remains of organisms through geological history.
    Paleontologists study the fossil record.
  2. The record of preserved evidence for a single species or taxon.
    Trilobites have an extensive fossil record.

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