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JURASSIC AMMONITES PRESERVED IN CONCRETION - 180 million years old - Whitby, Yorkshire

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JURASSIC AMMONITES
PRESERVED IN A CONCRETION

180 million years old

Upper Lias
Kettleness, near Whitby, Yorkshire

 
A fine example of a round concretion containing multiple ammonites. A really nice display piece.

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.
 
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Size: 16 x 15 x 5 centimetres
Weight: 1.94 kilograms​​​​​​​

Optional metal stand (£1)

PRICE: £65.00
JURASSIC AMMONITES PRESERVED IN CONCRETION - 180 million years old  -  Whitby, Yorkshire
JURASSIC AMMONITES PRESERVED IN CONCRETION - 180 million years old  -  Whitby, Yorkshire JURASSIC AMMONITES PRESERVED IN CONCRETION - 180 million years old  -  Whitby, Yorkshire JURASSIC AMMONITES PRESERVED IN CONCRETION - 180 million years old  -  Whitby, Yorkshire JURASSIC AMMONITES PRESERVED IN CONCRETION - 180 million years old  -  Whitby, Yorkshire