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  • Group of Scallop shells.
    Rights: James Williams, NIWA Published 1 October 2012 Size: 61 KB Referencing Hub media

    Scallops contribute exoskeletons to the shell debris destined to become limestone. Scallops live on the seafloor in sandy or muddy habitats of sheltered bays, from the low tide mark down to about 50 m water depth.

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