Orthoceras (medium) in Black Marble, Devonian, Morocco

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SIZE: 60-90mm (Range)

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All of our Fossils are 100% Genuine Specimens & come with a Certificate of Authenticity!

Species: Orthoceras
Genus: Nautiloid Cephalopod
Age: Devonian Period
Location Found: Erfoud, Sahara Desert, Morocco

Orthoceras, meaning “Straight Horn”, was a cephalopod that lived more than 400 million years ago. Its name refers to the characteristic long, straight, conical shell these possessed. The soft body lived in the last open-ended segment at the large end of the conical shell, the preserved fossilised shell is all that remains.

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Origin

Morocco

Era

Devonian

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