Intricate Ammonite Fossil
This Moroccan Ammonite Fossil presents with intricate and uniform patterning in neutral shades. The patterning is formed by the septa and chambers this ancient aquatic creature. An Ammonite is a fossil with a spiral shaped shell. These sea creatures which are ancestors to the octopus, squid and nautilus became extinct at the time of the dinosaurs approximately 65 million years ago. Ammonites due to their spiral shape create a powerful and positive force. The movement of the spiral eradicates negative energy by absorbing and filtering it through the multiple chambers and expelling positive energy.
3.5″ x 3″ x 0.5″