Fossil turret shells

Fossil turret shells

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Credit: MARTIN BOND/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Fossil turret shells. Fossilised turret shells (Turritella sp.) are found throughout the world in strata from the upper Cretaceous period (80 million years ago). These herbivorous gastropods are still alive today. They live in the muddy bottoms of seas and oceans around Europe.

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Keywords: animal, animals, fossil invertebrate, fossilised, fossils, gastropod, invertebrates, mollusc, palaeontology, paleontology, shell, spiral, turret shell, turritella sp.

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