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Orthoceras from CollectA’s prehistoric model range.
Orthoceras, meaning straight horn, was one of the largest cephalopod nautiloids with a long conical shell.
They were carnivore and lived in the Middle Ordovician 470,458 Million years ago in the seas that are now the Baltic States and Sweden.
This collection is designed and cast following expert advice on anatomical accuracy, in accordance with the latest paleontological discoveries.