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This week on our Facebook Live Show, we discuss the differences between three beautiful and unique types of ammonites.

Ammonites may look like ancient nautiluses, but they're actually more closely related to modern-day octopuses. They're so important in paleontology because of their use as index fossils - they're able to link the rock layer they're found in to a specific geologic time period. The name "ammonite" was bestowed upon them  in 79 AD by Pliny the Elder, a naturalist who is credited as the inventor of the encyclopedia.

We're skipping next week's episode in order to prepare for our Phase 2 reopening. In the meantime, please contact us to make arrangements for curbside pickup - 212-343-1114 x200 or info@theevolutionstore.

We're offering FREE SHIPPING on the items below through June 21!

 
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Awesome Ammonite Plaques

Each plaque contains multiple golden ammonites, set into a black matrix.

Remarkable Ridged Ammonites

These Ammonites are rare and we find that they are often unavailable.

Amazing Ammonite Halves

Ammonites are named after the Egyptian god Amun.

See you in two weeks!

Follow us on Facebook to catch our Facebook Live videos, which are usually scheduled for every Monday at 9pm! Replays are available on our YouTube channel.

Next Episode: Monday, June 29, 2020 (9pm EST)

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