The creatures belong to the Jurassic time, 66 million years ago
Paleontologists from the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment have confirmed that they have found 77 fossils. Preecha Saithong, director of the Department of Fossil Conservation, said that it is believed that the fossils found are of ammonite sea creatures, which became fossils 66 million years ago. These creatures lived during the Jurassic and Cretaceous periods.
Two years ago the stones were set in the pavement
He said that ammonites are real, fossils that are different from commonly found fossils. These are sold as souvenirs in tourist places including Madagascar and Morocco. According to local media, the pavement was repaired two years ago and these spheres were poured into the concrete by contractors for decoration.