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Orthoceras

9 Jun 2015 15:22:17

Orthoceras were one of the earliest and most successful sea living predators. Their bodies were constituted of a sharp beak and tentacles similar in design to modern cuttlefish and squid. They lived in the front chamber of their shells. Their only distant surviving relative today is the Nautilus which occurs in the Indian Ocean.

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Agadir Ammonite

8 Jun 2015 15:43:51

Identification

The fossils of different species of ammonites can be identified, in the same way as modern shellfish; by shapes of their shells and the rings and patterns on the outside of their shells. This information combined with geological data on the locations where specimens are found enables the exact identification of particular specimens...

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