Virtual Museum ID: 19-QM02
Ammonites are extinct marine mollusc animals that are part of the class Cephalopoda. Ammonites first appeared during the Devonian and they went extinct during the Cretaceous-Paleogene extinction event. They are good index fossils and help in linking rock layers to specific geological time periods. Ammonites most likely lived in open water and where good swimmers.
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Original Collection:Quesnel & District Museum (QM)
Virtual Museum ID:19-QM02
Date Added to VM:2019-08-24
Sample Origin:SE of Tatogga
Specific Site:Todagin Mt,
Datum:09 (NAD 83)
Primary Mineral Formula:-
Advanced Geological Information
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