Tridacna giant fossilised clams from Kenya

Beautiful petrified giant clams, ideal for planting or as an eye-catcher for your garden

The giant clams (Tridacninae) are a mussel subfamily, which are placed in the family of cockles (Cardiidae) and thus to the order Cardiida. The oldest representatives of the family come from the Ypresium (Eocene, Palaeogen).

Source: https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Riesenmuscheln

The gigantic mussel shells are uncovered in Kenya by open-cast mining. Mostly from old limestone quarries.

We have a variety of different sizes, which are ideal as decorative objects for the garden. You can plant them or simply give your garden a special touch, e.g. directly next to the garden pond.

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