STL Science Center

STL Science Center

28 April 2014

Ammonites In Motion

Ammonites are popular, as we know by now, and their inclusion in many videos and documentaries is to be expected. Their fossils are known globally, making them available for all kinds of documentaries and regional studies and their temporal is quite outstanding as well. There are also a lot of non-documentary videos of ammonites online, including a video of preparation of an ammonite specimen. There are also videos of the inside of an ammonite being cracked open and displayed giant ammonites in the world's museums. Possibly my favorite tribute-like video, however, also has shown up on the subject of ammonites. It is finally a tribute video done with some artistic thought and not just slapdash images and text over pretty awful music.

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