Mollusks are a group of invertebrates known for their remarkable diversity—both
sheer number of species as well as variety of form. In fact, mollusks come in so ...
As well as a shell, most mollusks have a muscular foot for creeping or burrowing.
Some also have a head with sense organs. The soft body includes lungs or ...
Dec 1, 2002 ... Amazing Molluscan Facts. (and a bit of trivia too!!) There are between 50,000 and
200,000++ mollusc species alive in the world today.
Mollusks are a large group of invertebrate animals. Mollusks have soft bodies,
and their bodies are not divided into rings like the segmented worms called ...
Bivalve mollusks (e.g., clams, oysters, mussels, scallops) have an external
covering ... Like fish, bivalve mollusks breathe through their gills. ... Search Our
Jan 25, 2008 ... There are 80000 species of living mollusks, classified in Gastropoda (snails and
slugs), Bivalvia (clams, oysters and scallops), Cepahlopoda ...
Interesting Facts. There are over 160,000 species of mollusks known, of which
about 128,000 are living and 35,000 are fossil records. Mollusks can be found ...
Brainiacs of the mollusk world. Octopi are the most active and intelligent of all
mollusks. • It's ten o'clock at night...Do you know where your arms are?
Jul 25, 2011 ... The Mollusca, commonly known as Mollusk or Mollusc, is a large phylum of
invertebrate animals. At present, there are about 85,000 known ...
Jan 30, 2013 ... Did you know? Octopus means "eight legs", but octopuses don't have legs, they
have arms! Interesting facts. - Some squids can swim up to 40 ...