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News stories tagged with "mollusks"

Natural Selections: Three things about squids

Squids are ten-tentacled cephalopod cousins to the octopus. They are remarkable in many ways, but three features stand out for Dr. Curt Stager, who fills in the details with Martha Foley: the way they propel themselves through the water, and the air, their amazing use of changing color, and their unique methods of self defense.  Go to full article

Natural Selections: Mollusks

Scallops swim free and have many eyes, clams live buried in sand, and mussels cement themselves to rocks. Dr. Curt Stager and Martha Foley talk about the eminently edible members of the mollusk family.  Go to full article

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