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Ammonites and Ammonites; these two words are so similar and are often confused with each other. This article's objective is designed to clarify these two words and provide a clear cut difference between them. Also, in this article, you'll learn about the characteristics and importance of Canadian Ammonites and Ammolites.
Ammonites were living sea creatures that belonged to the phylum mollusks and are in the class cephalopod. Ammonites existed in the past are closely related to todays creatures such as octopus and squids. Ammonite contain the chemical compound aragonite, which is the same mineral composed in nacre (mother of pearl). Ammonites lived in dinasour age within spiral shells, and they are said to have sharp beaks with jaws and tentacles.
Ammonites went extinct about 66 million years ago. When these ammonites died, they sank to the bottom of oceins in which they lived and were covered in layers of sediment. For Ammonite to be formed they were buried deep under the sea without oxygen and heat. Canadian Ammonites are now found as fossils that have been exposed by erosion along the river banks in Alberta, Canada . Ammonites are found throughout the world, are perfect index fossils and are among the most common fossils found today due to the fact that they lived together in groups and reproduced extensively. Only in Alberta, Canada are Ammonites found with a wide spectrum of colour, debate arises as to why Alberta Canada is the only place where Colourful Ammonites are found.
Ammolite is the organic and unique gemstone that has significant colour shift properites. Ammolite is the gemstone that is derived from Ammonite; Ammolite is made from fossilized shells of Ammonites found along the river banks in Alberta, Canada.
Ammonite has a rich history with the First Nations in Southern Alberta and was identifed by European explorers in 1903. Canadian Ammolite is well recognized for it's brilliant array of color, hence it is used as jewelry which separates it from other fossil materials including Ammonite from other parts of the world. It can be found in different colors such as red, green, yellow, blue, violet, indigo, orange, purple and pink often with many colours being found on a single gemstone. it is sometimes found that Ammonites sold from parts of the world other than Alberta, Canada have painted in colour to emulate Canadain Ammolite; this painted in colour is faily easily spotted as a fake since it most often does not have the colour shift (change in colour) that is found in Canadian Ammolite.
Empire Ammolite is a Canadian Artisan manufacturer of Jewelry and Fossils specializing in design and delivery of unique Ammolite and Ammonite products. Ammonites from Empire Ammolite are in the form of individual fossils, Art Pieces and Hand Pieces; Ammolite Gemstones are used with Empire Ammolite Bracelets, Rings, Earrings and Pendants. Empire Ammolite only uses Canadian Ammonite as a resources to produce Art pieces and colourful jewelry that is recognized for it's Feng Shui properties. Empire Ammolite manufacturing and distributio is located in Calgary, Alberta.
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“Ammonites and Ammonites; these two words are so similar and are often confused with each other. This article’s objective is designed to clarify these two words and provide a clear cut difference between them. Also, in this article, you’ll learn about the characteristics and importance of Canadian Ammonites and Ammolites.”