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  • Who were the Ammonites? - GotQuestions.org

    Who were the Ammonites? - GotQuestions.org

    Who were the Ammonites? What was the origin of the Ammonites? Why were the Ammonites so often at war with the Israelites?http://www.gotquestions.org/Ammonites.html
  • Ammonites, Ammonite Pictures, Ammonite Facts - National ...

    Ammonites, Ammonite Pictures, Ammonite Facts - National ...

    Learn all you wanted to know about ammonites with pictures, videos, photos, facts, and news from National Geographic.http://animals.nationalgeographic.com/animals/prehistoric/ammonites/
  • Got Bible: Who Were the Ammonites? - blogspot.com

    Got Bible: Who Were the Ammonites? - blogspot.com

    Take a turn around the Internet and you quickly discover Ammonites are mentioned as a long extinct type of animal found in the fossil recordshttp://gotbible.blogspot.com/2007/11/who-were-ammonites.html
  • Ammonites - Fossil

    Ammonites - Fossil

    Provides information on ammonites with lots of fine images from the Virtual Fossil Museum.http://www.fossilmuseum.net/Fossil_Galleries/Ammonites.htm
  • CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Ammonites - New Advent

    CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Ammonites - New Advent

    Ammonites. Help support New Advent and get the full contents of this website as an instant download or CD-ROM. Includes the Catholic Encyclopedia, Church Fathers ...http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/01431b.htm
  • DISCOVERING FOSSILS | What is an ammonite?

    DISCOVERING FOSSILS | What is an ammonite?

    Provides photographs and information on ammonites, how they evolved, how they lived and what the shell reveals of the creature that lived within. Also offers the ...http://www.discoveringfossils.co.uk/ammonites.htm
  • Ammonites - Facts About Fossils

    Ammonites - Facts About Fossils

    Ammonites were marine creatures which lived from the Devonian Period and became extinct after the Cretaceous Period along with the dinosaurs. They resemblehttp://www.factsaboutfossils.com/types-of-fossils/ammonites/
  • Texas Ammonites - NorthTexasFossils.com

    Texas Ammonites - NorthTexasFossils.com

    Mortoniceras equidistans Formation: Duck Creek Period: Cretaceous (100-101 mya) Loc: Tarrant co., Tx. Mortoniceras sp. Formation: Fort Worthhttp://northtexasfossils.com/ammonites.htm

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