A bivalve shell that grows and evolves (animated draw)
General morphology of bivalve shell
Bivalve shell Top #10 Facts
Pinna Nobilis 3 - adagiata - Sardegna 2015, big bivalve shell
A bivalve shell is part of the body, the exoskeleton or shell, of a bivalve mollusk. In life, the shell of this class of mollusks is composed of two hinged parts or valves. Bivalves are very common in essentially all aquatic locales, including saltwater, brackish water, and freshwater. The shells of bivalves commonly wash up on beaches and along the edges of lakes, rivers, and streams.
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