Ammonites, which evolved around 416 million years ago, were once the most abundant animals of the ancient seas. Ammonites were predatory mollusks that resembled the squid, and were once among the most successful and diverse animals on Earth. Scientists have identified more than 10,000 species from fossils found nearly everywhere on the planet where oceans once existed.
Ammonites, as all fossils, may open a path to ancient Earth and perhaps the wisdom of the primitive beings.
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