Agatized Black Ammonite Fossil
Sourced from Madagascar
Ammonites are one of the most common fossils that exist today. Before hitting extinction along with the dinosaurs, the squid-like creatures roamed the oceans in schools, using an organ called a siphuncle to jet through the water. Their remains are simply beautiful and a cornerstone of any nautical or fossil collection. The Black coloration is due to changes to the rock formation within the earth after the ammonite was fossilized. It is believed to be the result of infusion of the mineral Manganese into the fossilizing ammonite.
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