What Fossil Looks like a Spiral or a RAM's Horn?

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The fossil of Ammonites is the fossil that resembles rams horn and its spiral in nature. Ammmonies first appeared in the Devonian 400 million years ago, these species were named after Egyptian god who was believed to wear rams horns.
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It is an Ammonite.
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The fossil that looks like a spiral or a ram's horn is
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I think it's L.O.G.G. or Lable of Graded Goods. L.O.G.G. is from H&M.
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