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Thread: Clams move?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Holyvision
    Same thing, different water
    only saltwater clams are more beautiful!


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    Wow that is beautiful!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Thats really cool. I had no idea how they went about moving. I didn't think that it would be as simple as them just closing fast to create a gust of air to move them. Thats cool.

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    That is the most beautiful clam I have ever seen!

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    Nice one cocoa_pleco; definately a prize!

    That type of SW clam tends to firmly affix itself to the rock or substrate and will get too heavy to move (being a type of giant clam and all).

    I have seen some smaller bivalves 'swim' away on some television nature program before.
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    Nice one cocoa_pleco; definately a prize!

    That type of SW clam tends to firmly affix itself to the rock or substrate and will get too heavy to move (being a type of giant clam and all).

    I have seen some smaller bivalves 'swim' away on some television nature program before.
    Thats really cool that you saw them 'swim' on the show. Thats neat.

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