Beautiful Shell – it is a group of more than 50 beautiful high-resolution images for your phone and tablet.
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Interesting Facts about Shell and Molluscan:
• Paleontologists use fossil shells to tell what the climate might have been like millions of years ago. This is done by comparing the fossil shells with their living relatives of today by noting where they live such as in warm or cold, and wet or dry climates.
• All molluscs possess a fleshy mantle. Some molluscs use this mantle to produce a shell by absorbing calcium carbonate and other ingredients from their habitat and food and secreting it in an orderly fashion to form a shell house. Molluscs keep adding to this shell and keep it under repair for its entire life.
• When we hold a large seashell up to our ear, you can hear what sounds like the waves of the seashore - because the shell echoes and jumbles all the sounds around you. If you could listen to a shell in a completely soundproof room, you would hear nothing at all!! (the "Sounds of Silence, as it were...)
• Many members of the Xenophoridae shell family "collect" seashells. These shells commonly known as Carrier shells attach other shells or stones to their own shell for protection and camouflage (they look like little piles of rubble on the bottom of the ocean - and would certainly be difficult for a fish or crab to eat!!) Some Carrier shells have been known to attach strange things to themselves - pieces of glass, bottle caps, even screws! The most beautiful of them attach large "glass sponges" (made of silica - the same substance glass is made of!) to their shells.
• The smallest known snail shell is the Ammonicera rota (There is no "common" name for something this small!!) and measures only 0.02 inches in diameter. Fifty of them laid end to end would measure one inch!
• Most molluscs are capable of making pearls when foreign substances enter their shell. They coat the foreign substance with a shelly material, the same as the lining of their shell. Some molluscs can grow pearls as big as golf balls. It takes a commercial pearl oyster about two years to grow big enough to be of use to us as jewellery. The older and bigger the pearl the more valuable it becomes. Also, pearls from molluscs that don't normally produce them are particularly valuable. A large pearl from a Pink Conch (Strombus gigus L.) recently (in 1999) sold for over $4,000 - USD!!
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