Ammonite Fossil Madagascar (76)
Size: 4 x 3 cm
Weight: 20 g
Product Type: One of a kind
Ammonites are fossilized Ammonoids, which are an extinct group of marine mollusc animals in the subclass Ammonoidea. Ammonites make excellent index fossils to pinpoint exact geological time periods. The ammonoid cephalopods became extinct along with the dinosaurs at the close of the Cretaceous era.
This small but powerfully iridescent Ammonite fossilized specimen has a great presence, a rainbow of colors, and provides a great look at one of history's natural treasures! This piece is a great size for a display in any collection with a bit of a stand or something to lean on.
Ammonite is a fascinating fossil to study, and it is believed to carry metaphysical benefits. The spiral shaping is thought to symbolize continual change, and it is believed that because of their great age they have absorbed energy throughout the eons and can be used to stimulate Chi (life-force).
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