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TRILOBITE - 450 million years old - Builth Wells, Wales

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FOSSIL TRILOBITE

450 million years old
Ordovician period
 
Builth Wells, Wales

 
A typical example of a trilobite from Wales. It is from Ordovician rocks exposed in a quarry at Gilwern Hill, near Builth Wells in mid Wales. Another little trilobite is also present on the slab.
 
Trilobites, an extinct class of marine animals, are the oldest of all the familiar fossils.  They flourished in the seas during the Ordovician period, an early division of geological time.
 
Please note: Some photographs are taken using oblique lighting to make the fossil easier to see.
 

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Size: 10 x 7 x 1.5 centimetres
(trilobite 4 centimetres long)
Weight: 204 grams

PRICE: £14.00