arrowbookcheckclosecommentfacebookfavourite-origfavouritegooglehomeibapdfsearchsharespotlighttwitterwelsh-government
  • Fossil ammonite

  • View map
  • Use stars to collect & save items A vector image of star to represent action to save this item   Login to save this item
  • Download (non-commercial use only)

Content can be downloaded for non-commercial purposes, such as for personal use or in educational resources.
For commercial purposes please contact the copyright holder directly.
Read more about the The Creative Archive Licence.

Image 1:Download link to the full resolution of image number 1
full resolution of image 1

Description

Fossil ammonite called Aegoceras. There were other plants and animals living at the time of the dinosaurs. By looking at their fossils we can build up a picture of what the world was like when the dinosaurs were alive. Ammonites are a group of molluscs that are some of the most common fossils in Jurassic and Cretaceous rocks but are now extinct. They are related to modern octopus, squid and cuttlefish. This item is held at National Museum Cardiff. Accession number: NMW 94.72G.1618.

This item is part of the Dinosaur Detectives Teaching Resource for Foundation Phase and Key Stage 2:

Comments (0)

You must be logged in to leave a comment