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Internal molds are a stone petrified print of the inside of an organism. These fossil prints often occur for example in bivalves. Fossils (especially those of Aragonite) can completely dissolve in the groundwater. The mold of the inside is left, and can later be found as a fossil.
Internal mold of a Gastropod
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