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Millions of Tiny Seashells Are Affecting How Clouds Form


Discover Magazine (blog) - Aug 16, 2018
Well, tiny seashells. They come from a species of phytoplankton called Emiliana huxleyi, a single-celled organism encased in a suit of organic armor composed of overlapping plates of calcite called coccoliths. Though they're microscopic, they sometimes ...
 

Where Have All the Seashells Gone?


HowStuffWorks - Aug 13, 2018
Unfortunately for the aforementioned Texan, the seashells she grabbed had living, breathing mollusks in them. Floridians have a vested interest in these nautical treasures. On the shell-loaded island of Sanibel (a barrier community near Fort Meyers), ...
 

Tourist jailed for collecting seashells on Florida beach


BBC News - Jul 19, 2018
A Texas woman visiting Florida's Key West on holiday has been jailed after she took some seashells from the beach. Diana Fiscal-Gonzalez, 30, was arrested by a Florida Fish and Wildlife officer after she was found with a group of children taking the ...
 

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Finding Seashells at Little Hickory Bonita Beach


Finding Seashells at Little Hickory Bonita Beach.
 

How Seashells Are Made


Learn more about CuriosityStream at https://curiositystream.com/reactions (CODE: reactions) If you know that seashells are made of basically the same stuff as ...
 

What lives inside seashells - Clam opens mouth


What is inside a shell? What lives inside seashells?
 

Thanksgiving Feast Of Seashells In Southwest Florida


Thanksgiving Feast Of Seashells In Southwest Florida To read and see the whole story... go to ...
 

Top 10 rarest seashells


The practice of collecting seashells dates back more than 100000 years. In fact, 17th Century European elite coveted owning seashells so much that historians ...