Hi guys, haven't posted here in a few years but you may remember my journals on both sepia bandensis and octopus briareus. Haven't kept and Cephs in recent years but hopefully one day again. Anyway less than a year ago I moved to a rural area in northern ontario, it's been mostly boring however I was just informed there were 5 foot encoceras fossils exposed for years! Unfortunately weather and a lack of interest has meant the fossils have degraded quite a bit. From what I understand a university did study them in 1990 so they have been exposed to harsh winters and possible vandalism for nearly 30 years. The guy who told me about them and showed me also provided a photo from 2010 and they were clearly in better shape then. He also showed me a second one that was less intact but from a larger specimen. I'll certainly be on the lookout for more. Fossils are not exactly my area of expertise but when I found out they were prehistoric cephalopods that really sparked my interest. the larger one Photo from 2010 If it had still been in this shape now I would be looking for someone to help me take it out myself. A long time ago there was a note at the site, but it's on public property just off a very remote road.