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A mixed assemblage of fossils

A mixed assemblage of fossils from the Ordovician period (500 to 435 million years ago) including brachiopods and crinoids. The specimen was found in the Acton Scott series, Onny river section, Shropshire, UK

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Media ID 6370435

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Crinoid Fossil Fossil Invertebrate Fossils Palaeontology


Large Photo Mug (15 oz)

Bring the wonders of the ancient world to your morning routine with our Media Storehouse Photo Mugs. Featuring an exquisite image of a mixed assemblage of Ordovician period fossils from Science Photo Library, these mugs showcase the intricate details of brachiopods and crinoids, transporting you back in time to the days of 500 to 435 million years ago. Each mug holds your favorite beverage, making it a unique and thought-provoking addition to your daily life. Perfect for the history buff, paleontology enthusiast, or anyone who appreciates the beauty of nature's past.

Elevate your coffee or tea experience with our premium white ceramic mug. Its wide, comfortable handle makes drinking easy, and you can rely on it to be both microwave and dishwasher safe. Sold in single units, preview may show both sides of the same mug so you can see how the picture wraps around.

Elevate your coffee or tea experience with our premium white ceramic mug. Its wide, comfortable handle makes drinking easy, and you can rely on it to be both microwave and dishwasher safe. Sold in single units, preview may show both sides of the same mug so you can see how the picture wraps around.

These are individually made so all sizes are approximate


EDITORS COMMENTS
This print showcases a mesmerizing array of fossils from the ancient Ordovician period, which dates back an astonishing 500 to 435 million years ago. The assemblage is a mix of various intriguing specimens, including brachiopods and crinoids, providing us with a glimpse into the diverse marine life that once thrived in what is now known as Shropshire, UK. The intricate details preserved in these fossilized remains offer valuable insights into the fascinating world of animal paleontology. Brachiopods, characterized by their hinged shells resembling clams or mussels, were abundant during this era and played a significant role in shaping marine ecosystems. Crinoids, also known as sea lilies or feather stars, were delicate creatures related to starfish and sea urchins that flourished in ancient seas. Discovered within the Acton Scott series along the Onny river section in Shropshire, this remarkable find serves as a testament to Earth's rich geological history. These beautifully preserved fossilized invertebrates provide scientists with invaluable clues about past environments and evolutionary processes. Science Photo Library has expertly captured this stunning image for enthusiasts and researchers alike to marvel at nature's wonders. It reminds us of our planet's deep-rooted connections across time and offers endless opportunities for exploration and discovery within the realm of paleontology.

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