Coral Fossil


It may surprise some to learn that corals can also become fossils, but in fact the oldest fossil corals are some 450 million years old, from the Ordovican period. Corals are polyps (having a body sac) and a skelleton that can become fossilised, and may live as individulas or as a colony of many polyps, eventually forming a coral reef.  They are some of the most beautiful and colourful of all marine creatures and make fascinating fossils for any collection!
















ORNATE ORDOVICIAN GASTROPODTRILOBITE EXUVIAECORALBRYOZOABRACHIOPODSCRINOID
ORNATE ORDOVICIAN GASTROPODTRILOBITE EXUVIAECORALBRYOZOABRACHIOPODSCRINOID
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39 Polished FOSSIL CORAL Specimen Devonian Age Morocco
39 Polished FOSSIL CORAL Specimen Devonian Age Morocco
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Beautiful Ocean Coral 63mm Diameter
Beautiful Ocean Coral 63mm Diameter
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Grewingkia sp three Ordovician rugose horn coral
Grewingkia sp three Ordovician rugose horn coral
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Grewingkia sp three Ordovician rugose horn coral
Grewingkia sp three Ordovician rugose horn coral
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Polished HORN CORAL Fossil Stone Great Color  Clarity
Polished HORN CORAL Fossil Stone Great Color Clarity
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