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Explore the 18th-century ghost town of Portsmouth Village, and bring a shortboard for the beach break, a rake for hunting quahogs, and plenty of fishing gear for the drum and snapper lurking in the deep blue water.
This region is home to commercially important fishes, as well as wild stocks of quahogs, scallops, and surf clams that can't swim away from growing acidic waters.
Whether digging their own or buying them, most people use briny, flavorful quahog clams.
The research will include a project to try to explain changes in the abundance of ocean quahogs.
Ming, a quahog clam, died at the age of 507 when researchers tried to dredge the bivalve up from Icelandic waters.
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: a type of large clam that is eaten as food
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