Our latest offering from the British Isles, a neat block of excellently prepared fossil ammonites from the Isle of Skye. Skye One of the beautiful jewels of the west coast of Scotland. From the weather beaten shores comes this crammed ammonite commune block of limestone matrix. To learn more visit our web site...⠀⠀
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Genus: Dactylioceras cf anguinun ammonites.⠀⠀
Age: Jurassic period, Upper Lias, Toarcian stage. 176 to 183 million years old⠀⠀
Location: Falciferum Zone, Braes, Bearreraig Bay, Isle of Skye, Scotland.⠀⠀
Height: 10 cm⠀⠀
Width: 16.5 cm⠀⠀
Depth: 5.5 cm⠀⠀
Largest Ammonite measurement.⠀⠀
Diameter: 3.4 cm⠀⠀
Depth: 1.0 cm⠀⠀
Approximate overall weight: 0.465 Kg⠀⠀
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There is no better way to see the Quiraing than to hike it. Landscapes made up of craggy cliffs, sunken valleys, and jagged pinnacles were left from the last Ice Age and molded from years of landslides. Standing at the top of the Quiraing and looking out over the Trotternish Peninsula with its million shades of green, I couldn't help but fall in love with Skye over and over again.