Strength | Stability | Vitality
Aquarius | Cancer
Root | Third Eye
3" x 2.5"
This ammonite specimen comes from Madagascar.
Ammonite fossils are the remains of ancient marine creatures that lived over 65 million years ago during the Jurassic and Cretaceous periods. These creatures, which are believed to be related to modern-day squid and octopuses, had coiled shells that resembled the horns of the ancient Egyptian god Ammon, hence the name "ammonite." Ammonite fossils are found all around the world and are prized for their intricate spiral patterns and vivid colors, which are preserved in the fossilization process.