Ammonite ( noun , noun )

(As a noun)

Ammonite ( noun )

A fossilized shell of a marine animal of the cephalopod group that lived during the Mesozoic era.

Origin:

From latin ammonites, from the god ammon, who was represented with ram's horns.

Examples:

  1. Ammonites are a common fossil found in many parts of the world.
  2. Ammonites are related to the modern-day nautilus.
  3. Ammonites were abundant in the seas during the Jurassic period.
  4. The ammonite's spiral shell was divided into chambers.
  5. Ammonites are important index fossils for dating rocks.

(As a noun)

Ammonite ( noun )

A fossilized shell of a marine animal of the cephalopod group that lived during the Mesozoic era.

Origin:

From latin ammonites, from the god ammon, who was represented with ram's horns.

Examples:

  1. Ammonites are a common fossil found in many parts of the world.
  2. Ammonites are related to the modern-day nautilus.
  3. Ammonites were abundant in the seas during the Jurassic period.
  4. The ammonite's spiral shell was divided into chambers.
  5. Ammonites are important index fossils for dating rocks.
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