Age: Early Jurassic (180-195 Million Years Old)
Location: Bridport, UK
This specimen was self collected by Fossil Daddy in November, 2018. Ammonites were marine animals belonging to the phylum Mollusca and the class Cephalopoda. They had a coiled external shell similar to that of the modern nautilus. In other living cephalopods, e.g. octopus, squid and cuttlefish, the shells are small and internal, or absent. The body.