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Madagascar Ammonites

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Ammonites were cepalopods and are related to modern sqiid and octopus. Madagascar produces some of the most beautiful ammonite fossils in the world with chambers filled with agate or sometimes empty and lined with crystals!

Ammonites had a spiral shell and were capable of moving through the water column "swimming" horizontally and and moving up or down by adjusting their boyancy. All ammonites were predators and lived from the mid Paleozoic era through the entire mesozoic finally going extinct with the dinosaurs at the end of the Cretaceous Period. Madagascar ammonites are known for their beauty when polished. They are often cut in half and polished to show the colorful chambers and septa. These are not fossils to be put in a box or drawer. The exceptional beauty begs to be put on display.
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