Ammonite (promicroceras); Fossil; Natural; MSCL 739348
Ammonite (promicroceras)Identification Date
Lower JurassicAbout this object
This ammonite is spiral-shaped, grey shells. Most of this kind of animal's fossil was found scattered across southern England's beaches and cliffs. These extinct sea creatures are relatives of today's squid and nautilus.But about 199 million years ago, during the Earth's Jurassic Period, they would have been found in abundance in shallow, tropical ocean waters.Field Collection Date
MSCL 739348Copyright Licence
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