Watch out for this ammonite, it is large and in charge! This piece has soft creams and a rich caramel color highlighting the incredible dendritic suture patterns on the shell. The are even some buddies along for the geologic ride. Over time, the hollow parts of the shell infilled with sediment, and even a few clam shells to boot. This species of ammonite is a Perisphinctes, and was thriving during the Jurassic Period approximately 160 million years ago. From Madagascar.
Approx. 8.25" L x 3" W x 7" H
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