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LLWLM2015:5634 - These small fossils are the shells of brachiopods which were found at the summit of Snowdon. These animals had two shells, which were hinged at the base, and were filter-feeders. They lived in shallow seas around 455 million years ago, when there were volcanoes nearby and Wales was entirely underwater.

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