Most Astounding Facts about Abalone

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Abalone is a specie that belongs to the classification of Phylum Mollusca in the animal kingdom. The group contains a large variety of species like Scallops, Clams, octopuses, sea slugs and squid. The body of Abalone is soft that is surrounded by a hard exterior mantle. It contains a big muscular foot. The Mollusks animals are well-known because of their beautiful colors. The structure of abalone is equivalent to that of sea slug or snail, but it contains only single shell. Its internal structure of this mollusc is arranged under the shell and around the foot. Its shell draws out water, and the mollusc stays afloat under that water. The abalone’s blood flows through veins and arteries; its heart is located to the left side same like humans, and also it is enclosed by tissues and muscles. The body structure of this mollusc bears a resemblance to the humans. The body of Abalone doesn’t have proper brain structure, but still, it is one of the primeval animals. Here were some simple characteristics of this mollusc, but now in this article, you will find Most Astounding Facts about Abalone.

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There is no proper or exact estimate about the total number of species of abalone in the world, but according to some rough estimate, it is considered that there are about hundred species. As mentioned before, this mollusc is famous in its specie because of having attractive and beautiful colors. There are many names for abalone in different languages considering its availability in various locations. It is referred as the ormer in the area of Jersey. It is called perlemoen in South Africa. In Australia, it is known as Venus, mutton shells and ear shells. There are other regions where it is given different names. These are most astounding facts about abalone that everyone must know about.

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