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10 January, 18:11

Which fossils do invertebrate paleontologists study?

A. bacteria

B. human

C. mollusk

D. snake

E. tree

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  1. 10 January, 18:36
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    C. mollusk

    Explanation:

    Mollusks are the invertebrates organisms and would be studied by invertebrate paleontologists. All the organisms that lack the vertebral column are grouped under invertebrates. It includes nematodes, arthropods, annelids, echinoderms, mollusks, etc. Hence, the absence of spine makes the mollusks invertebrates.
  2. 10 January, 19:14
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    They would study C. Mollusk
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