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A quasi-Orthocone form. Typical of the period, I'd say. :-)
Yep. The oceans were full of strange alien looking creatures.
Yeah, that's right. Have you watched the "Giant Orthocone" video featured in a BBC documentary?
No, but it sounds really interesting. I'll check it out. Thanks.
Have you watched it?
Tried to locate it online somewhere. No luck yet though.
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Here is a 450 million year old Cephalopod from the Middle Ordovician period found in Michigan limestone.