Ammonite fossil

Ammonite fossil

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Caption: Ammonite fossil. Fossilised remains of a Pachydiscus sp. ammonite. Ammonites, now extinct, were marine invertebrate molluscs with a spiral shell. This specimen dates from the Cretaceous period (around 145-85 million years ago) and was found at Dinn Cliffs, James Ross Island, Antarctica.

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