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FOSSIL BELEMNITES - 100 million years old - Gault Clay - Burwell, Cambridgeshire

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COLLECTION OF
CRETACEOUS BELEMNITES


100 million years old 

Gault Clay (Cretaceous Period)

Burwell Brickworks Pit, Burwell, Cambridgeshire

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

This is a collection of little belemnites from a disused clay pit in Cambridgeshire. They were collected in the early 1980s and are from an old collection.

They are presented in a glass-topped display box. An unusual item!

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Size: 5 x 5 x 2 centimetres (size of box)
Weight: 37 grams (weight of box)

PRICE: £12.00
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