Manitoulin Fossil 7 CU

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The marine fossils on Manitoulin Island, Ontario, are associated with two geological periods, the Upper (Late) Ordovician (approx. 460.9 to 443.7 million years ago) and the Lower (Early) and Middle Silurian (443.7 to 422.9 million years ago). At this time, the island was near the equator and covered with shallow tropical seas. The fossils I’ve found, particularly at rocky Cunningham Bay and Janet Head, tend to be either Bryozoan colonies or Favosites (Tabulate Corals— polygonal “honeycomb corals” or polygonal “wagon wheel” corals). Others I can't identify.
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BRETT ZIMMERMAN
Taken On
March 18, 2024
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fossils silurian ordovician ancient prehistoric manitoulin island ontario canada rocks close up closeup macro rock fossil animal insect invertebrate natural_material wood
  • Focal: 105
  • Lens Model: 105mm
  • Shutter speed: 1.6 sec
  • Aperture: f/ 22

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