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A stunning natural Hildoceras Ammonite fossil on a wooden stand. Ammonites are an extinct group of marine mollusc that lived hundreds of millions of years ago. Starting as very small sea creatures as they evolved and grew, so did the shell making these magnificent fossils. This specimen is untouched and in it's naturally found condition.Size approx 16cm x 9cm / 6 x 3.5 inches.
*Please note specimen shown is an example of the one you would receive.
Latin Name: Hildoceras sp.
Fossil Age: 100 million-years-old
Fossil Origin: Madagascar
Distribution: Hildoceras sp. fossils are found in Middle Albian of Europe, Madagascar, and Transcaspian region.
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Kraft gift boxes printed with gold foil emblem. Packed with Kraft tissue paper and love. Tied up with 3mm hemp rope. Perfect for a present or occasion!