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Ammonites are the fossilised shells of cephalopods. They are characterised by their spiral shells and lived during the Devonian period (380 million years ago). They became extinct at the end of the Cretaceous period (around 65 million years ago).

Ammonite fossil, close-up (brightly lit)

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Simon Battensby
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Ammonites are the fossilised shells of cephalopods. They are characterised by their spiral shells and lived during the Devonian period (380 million years ago). They became extinct at the end of the Cretaceous period (around 65 million years ago).
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