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JURASSIC AMMONITE GROUP (FINE DISPLAY PIECE) - 160 million years old - Wiltshire

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JURASSIC AMMONITE GROUP

A fine display piece

160 million years old

Oxford Clay  
Ashton Keynes, Wiltshire.
  
An attractive group of ammonites contained in a claystone nodule.  These empty shells accumulated on the Jurassic sea floor, were piled up by undersea currents, and then preserved for millions of years when the sea floor mud turned to stone.
  
Ammonites are extinct marine shellfish 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.

The fossils have been revealed by painstaking preparatory work.  

Presented in a lidded gift box.

Click on a picture for a larger image

Size: 17 x 11 x 4 centimetres
Weight: 1.22 kilograms

Optional metal stand (£1)

PRICE: £85.00
JURASSIC AMMONITE GROUP (FINE DISPLAY PIECE)  -  160 million years old - Wiltshire
JURASSIC AMMONITE GROUP (FINE DISPLAY PIECE)  -  160 million years old - Wiltshire JURASSIC AMMONITE GROUP (FINE DISPLAY PIECE)  -  160 million years old - Wiltshire JURASSIC AMMONITE GROUP (FINE DISPLAY PIECE)  -  160 million years old - Wiltshire JURASSIC AMMONITE GROUP (FINE DISPLAY PIECE)  -  160 million years old - Wiltshire