[Fossils & History] Giant ancestors of squid once littered sea floor in East Sussex, say scientists | Evening Standard

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Professor Gale said: “These enormous, long-extinct, shelled cephalopods, related to squid and octopus, achieved a maximum shell diameter of 1.8 metres and ...

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Giant ammonites – relatives of the modern-day squid and octopus – were wiped out by the same end-Cretaceous meteorite impact 66 million years ago that ended the ...

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Giant ammonites once thrived on both sides of the Atlantic – in southern England and Mexico – before suffering the same fate as the dinosaurs. An international ...

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