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I found this fossils many years ago when on a road works where the ground was broken open, in the region of the Suebian alps. They arenÂ´t very nice and the one on the left side is in fact only a negative impression, but cause of their size they are still very impressive. The straightedge on the right side is 30cm in length. The shells seem to have broken just before the fossilsation.