Genuine Polished Orthoceras Fossil (173.8 grams)
A small, clustered tower of Orthoceras fossils in sea-bed matrix. 250 to 750 million years ago, the orthoceras mollusk lived in abundance during the Paleozoic Era. Orthoceras is a member of the class Cephalopoda and is closely related to the extinct giant Cephalopod and present-day chambered nautilus. Orthoceras ("straight horn") is a slender, elongate shells with the middle of the body chamber transversely constricted, and a subcentral orthochoanitic siphuncle. The surface is ornamented by a network of fine lirae.
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Weight: 173.8 grams, Dimensions: 1.5 x .75 x 8.75 inches