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Here's the full fossil pic, along with some others that didn't quite work.
Dactylioceras communis (Sowerby 1818) Jurassic - Toarcian age. I found my first one when I was 8 years old in the cliffs of Lyme Regis in Dorset England.
Here are some others that I worked on in similar Jurassic material:
about 5 microns across the sphere so these are electron microscope photos
The leopards are great! I think you got the wrong type of suspenders, though.
But it's a fun header.