What is the world's largest seashell?

Answer The world's largest seashell is the giant clam, or Tridacna gigas, which can grow up to 4.9 feet long. It lives in the tropical Pacific from the northern Australian coasts to the south China Seas a... Read More »

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What is the largest seashell?

The largest seashell belongs to the giant clam (Tridacna gigas), which can grow to about 4.9 feet long. It lives within 60 feet of the surface in shallow lagoons and reefs within the tropical regio... Read More »

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What is the worlds largest family reunion?

If you wish to do so and it is not taking place in a Kingdom Hall (official meeting place of Jehovah's Witnesses) then I would think it would be ok.

What is a seashell used for?

Seashells are the exoskeletons, or exterior skeletons of mollusks. Mollusks are soft-bodied creatures who use the shells, which they make from calcium, for protection and camouflage. A shell found ... Read More »