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NAUTILLUS

Organic shapes such as bubbles Ammonites typically lived for two years, although some species survived beyond this and grew very large as pictured above. Evidence of their short lives is estimated by looking at their living relatives - the nautilus. These creatures exist within modern day seas and possess many characteristics similar to ammonites Like the nautilus, ammonites retained their original shell throughout their life. However, it’s worth noting that in comparison to modern day nautili which live in cold, deep water, ammonites preferred warm shallow waters and may have had a higher metabolism. Consequently, it’s possible that ammonites could reach larger sizes far quicker than modern day nautili. They are frequently found as fossils, witnesses of pre-historic time.and lines compose this playful mid-century design.

0070 Nautillus Grey Cliff
0070 Nautillus Grey Cliff
0070 Nautillus Grey Cliff
0070 Nautillus Grey Cliff

0070 Nautillus Grey Cliff

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0069 Nautillus Tethys Blue
0069 Nautillus Tethys Blue
0069 Nautillus Tethys Blue
0069 Nautillus Tethys Blue

0069 Nautillus Tethys Blue

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0071 Nautillus Lichen Fossil
0071 Nautillus Lichen Fossil
0071 Nautillus Lichen Fossil
0071 Nautillus Lichen Fossil

0071 Nautillus Lichen Fossil

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0068 Nautillus Jurassic Red
0068 Nautillus Jurassic Red
0068 Nautillus Jurassic Red
0068 Nautillus Jurassic Red

0068 Nautillus Jurassic Red

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0067 Nautillus Golden Beach
0067 Nautillus Golden Beach
0067 Nautillus Golden Beach
0067 Nautillus Golden Beach

0067 Nautillus Golden Beach

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