Biodiversity in a rock!
The ammonite might be the most obvious specimen here, but the rock itself is packed with fossils. There are brachiopods (ancient shells), belemnites, bivalves (modern shells) and a snail. The Inferior Oolite limestone is without doubt the richest fossil bed along the Jurassic Coast and represents a shallow sea floor that was packed with life.
Find out more about ammonites on the molluscs pages.