First direct evidence of ammonoid ovoviviparity

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After reading the paper, I think the statement that I found odd was intended to imply these ammonites produced a quantity of offspring at one time vs the onesie twosies of the modern day nautilus BUT it was interesting to learn that there actually ARE living octopuses that are ovoviviparous (Vitreledonella and Ocythoe).
 

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