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The garlic-heavy mollusk came with potatoes, green peppers, onions and tomatoes.
This new environment supported high concentrations of wildlife, including sea otter prey species—such as crabs, mollusks and sea urchins—that were able to increase in size and abundance in the absence of sea otters.
Hermit crabs are filter feeders and don’t pose a threat to cuttlefish prey, which include small fish and mollusks.
On days when the family can be together, everyone has his or her own role when working mollusks.
One of the largest known mussel beds on the Willamette River, home to tens of thousands of mollusks that can live for up to a century on the river bottom, appears to be in poor health.
The video from his April 17 dive revealed vibrant sea creatures that have made the chilly northern waters their home—among them, a transparent Arctic jellyfish, a sparkly skeleton shrimp, and a white nudibranch, or soft-bodied mollusk.
The mammal’s teeth hint that Siamogale was a mollusk eater, Wang points out, similar to modern sea otters.
Leonardo da Vinci proposed that fossils of marine creatures like mollusks found in the Italian countryside must have been evidence of ancient seas that once covered the land.
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