Orthoceras Fossil Plate Large
The fossils commonly known as orthoceras are extinct "straight-shelled" cephalopods that lived during the Upper Devonian period around 370 million years ago. They lived inside of their shell, had tentacles they could use to grab food and used jet propulsion, squirting water to move.
Have a fossil hunt with a real fossil. These polished orthoceras is beautiful and intricate. Study them, draw them. Bury them in the sandpit and rediscover them display them on nature tables and use them to support learning.
This fossil is approx 15cm by 5cm
Due to this being a naturally occurring item. Colour and some details may vary from the item pictured.