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BELEMNITES PRESERVED ON A SMALL FLINT NODULE - 70 million years old - Norfolk

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BELEMNITES PRESERVED
​​​​​​​ON A FLINT NODULE


70 million years old

Upper Chalk

Mundesley, Norfolk
 
Two belemnites preserved on a small nodule of flint.  This is a delightful little specimen as it's unusual to have two fossils like this so conveniently positioned.

The belemnites are somewhat waterworn as this nodule was recovered from the beach shingle.

Belemnites are extinct squid-like sea creatures that were common during the age of the dinosaurs, a period of the Earth's history when much of England was submerged beneath warm seas. Their bullet-shaped internal shell, called a guard, is all that remains of them.


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Size: 7 x 6.5 x 3.5 centimetres
Weight: 146 grams

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BELEMNITES PRESERVED ON A SMALL FLINT NODULE - 70 million years old - Norfolk
BELEMNITES PRESERVED ON A SMALL FLINT NODULE - 70 million years old - Norfolk BELEMNITES PRESERVED ON A SMALL FLINT NODULE - 70 million years old - Norfolk BELEMNITES PRESERVED ON A SMALL FLINT NODULE - 70 million years old - Norfolk BELEMNITES PRESERVED ON A SMALL FLINT NODULE - 70 million years old - Norfolk