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Thorny Oyster – Shy, but Scary-Looking Clams
The thorny oyster, also known as spondylus, is a genus of clams, bivalve mollusks that are quite common in the waters of the Caribbean, especially between Brazil and the Carolinas. Spondylus species can also be found in the Indo-Pacific region,...

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The Squamosa Clam – a Large, Colorful and Widespread Clam Species
The squamosa clam, also known as the scaly clam or the fluted giant clam is among the largest and hardiest species of clams known today. Common from the coasts of Africa, throughout the Indo-Pacific and all the way from the costs...

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The Maxima Clam – Large, Sessile Bivalves of the Indo-Pacific
The maxima clam, also known as the small giant clam, is a species of sessile mollusks common across the Indo-Pacific region. Their preferred habitat is on coral reefs – they usually live in well-lit areas, attached to the upper part...

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Derasa Clam – A Large and Colorful Mollusk with a Smooth Shell
The Derasa clam, also known as the Southern giant clam or the smooth giant clam, is one of the largest species of mollusks that live in the world’s seas and oceans and also among the longest-lived marine creatures, often living to...

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The Boring Clam or Crocea Clam – A Small Bivalve Species from the Indo-Pacific
The boring clam, crocea clam, crocus clam, or better known to scientists and marine biologists as the Tridacna crocea, is a small creature with thick valves that usually features dim, gray and white colors,...

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The Electric Flame Scallop – A Unique Looking “Disco Clam” Thriving in Tropical Waters
The marine bivalve mollusk known as the electric flame scallop has earned its name due to its brilliant and entrancing light show that it produces on its mantle lip. Scientifically known as Ctenoides ales, it...

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The Upside Down Jellyfish – The Genus Cassiopeia and Its Most Significant Qualities
The genus of true jellyfish known as Cassiopeia, or the upside down jellyfish, includes 8 different species that thrive mainly in warmer region and can be found anywhere from mangroves and coastal regions to...

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The Rootmouth Jellyfish – A Common Variety of Jellyfish from the Family Rhizostomatidae
The rootmouth jellyfish is unique in its biological makeup as being the only member of its genus. Belonging to the family Rhizotomatidae, it is a large cnidarian that can grow to sizes comparable with that...

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Catching a Glimpse of the Moon Jellyfish – Aurelia Aurita and Its Most Important Traits
The moon jellyfish is one of the most well-known species of jellyfish in the world. Belonging to the genus Aurelia, it is closely related to many other species of the genus. A few of its most easily...

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The Sally Lightfoot Crab, or Grapsus Grapsus – A Nimble Crustacean with a Diverse Diet
What sets the Sally Lightfoot crab apart from other crabs is its ability to jump from rock to rock and display exceptional agility, even being capable of running in all four directions. This colorful creature...

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