Name: Dactylioceras commune
Location: Yorkshire, UK
Size (picture scale cube=1cm): 35 x 16 x 32mm (1.38 x 0.63 x 1.26 inches)
Ammonites are truly fascinating creatures that roamed the oceans between 240 and 65 million years ago. With their iconic spiral shape, they are one of the most recognisable fossils in the world. But did you know that these marine animals were not related to snails, despite their shell’s resemblance? In fact, they were more closely related to modern-day octopuses, squid, and cuttlefish.
Our authentic Ammonite fossils are carefully sourced and selected for their quality, so you can add a unique piece of ancient natural history to your collection. These fossils are not only beautiful to look at, but they also offer a glimpse into the incredible diversity of life that once existed on our planet.
Order with confidence, knowing that you are receiving a genuine specimen with a Certificate of Authenticity. Whether you’re a seasoned collector or just starting out, our Ammonite fossils are sure to inspire awe and wonder.
ACTUAL AS SEEN: When you purchase from us, you can be sure that you will receive the exact specimen shown in the image. We take great care in hand-selecting and photographing each specimen to ensure that you get the most accurate representation possible. Please note that measuring irregular-shaped items can be challenging, but we do our best to provide as accurate measurements as possible. Additionally, please be aware that colors may vary slightly depending on lighting conditions, monitor settings, and devices. Rest assured that if this specimen is sold, we will update the listing with a new, similar item along with a fresh photo and dimensions.
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