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Students Discover Largest Ammonite Fossil


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Posted 26 January 2003 - 10:20 AM

                                                University of Arkansas students unearthed the world's largest fossil of the squidlike, straight-shelled cephalopod at a city intersection as cars and trucks zipped by them.

Freshman Sarah Kee and senior Kevin Morgan made the discovery while digging along a drainage ditch for ammonoid fossils, a spiral-shelled subclass of cephalopods.

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