Ancient Species -
Molluscs

Molluscs are animals with shells. Today the most important groups are the grastopods, such as snails and sea slugs, and the bivalves, such as clams, mussels, oysters and scallops.

Bivalve

But the number of fossils indicates that in the past, the most numerous group was the cephalopods which includes the nautilus, ammonites, squids and cuttlefish. 

Snail


Fossils now available (at eBay):

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Petrified Wood, Chinchilla QLD

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Trilobite Tail Fossil Specimens Fossils Science Teaching Stone Collection AU

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ORNITHOPOD DINOSAUR TRACK Lower Jurassic fossil cast 190 Million Years

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Serrated Megalodon Shark Tooth Fossil 3.8" 10cm from Georgia/Florida USA

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Glossopteris sp., Australian Plant Leaf Fossil Dunnedoo, NSW, 259g

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Acasta Gneiss, sphere, 4.2 Bill years, Canada (5.6)

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