Image: Ammonite, Australiceras jacki

Ammonite, Australiceras jacki

Ammonite, Australiceras jacki. Based on fossil from Julia Creek, Queensland. Early Cretaceous, 110 million years ago.

Creator:
Anne Musser
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© Australian Museum

Notes

Ammonites, a type of cephalopod mollusc, were widespread in the Mesozoic until their extinction at the end of the Cretaceous.

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Tags ammonite, cephalopods, molluscs, Early Cretaceous, dinosaur world,