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Phylum Mollusca
Molluscs form one of the largest groups in the animal kingdom, with more than 100,000 known species! They include all the shelled creatures of the seashore, with the exception of the barnacles. Chitons, clams, mussels, snails, nudibranchs... More >>
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Mollusca - Wikipedia


The molluscs compose the large phylum of invertebrate animals known as the Mollusca. ... The words mollusc and mollusk are both derived from the French mollusque, which originated from the Latin mol...

The Wonders of the Seas: Mollusks - Oceanic Research Group


There are over 50,000 known species of Mollusks, which makes them second only to the Arthropods in invertebrate phylum size. Among the Mollusks are some  ...

What is a Mollusk? - Encyclopedia of Life


Discover Mollusk (Phylum: Mollusca) information, pictures, maps and literature from curated sources on the Encyclopedia of Life (EOL)

Mollusks - Coral Reef Life on Sea and Sky


Mollusks comprise a group of soft-bodied animals that includes snails, clams, and sea slugs. They are probably best known for their decorative shells, all though ...

The mollusca - University of California Museum of Paleontology


Mollusca is one of the most diverse groups of animals on the planet, with at least 50,000 living species (and more likely around 200,000). It includes such ...

Mollusks: Clams, Snails, Octopus, Squid and Family - Kidport


Mollusks were among the first inhabitants of the Earth. Fossils of mollusks have been found in rocks and date back over 500 million years. Mollusk fossils are ...

Mollusks - BrainPOP


In this educational animated movie about Science learn about invertebrate, mantles, shells, snails, slugs, radula, gastropods, suckers, animals.

Fun Mollusks Facts for Kids


Easy Science for Kids Mollusks - Soft Water Animals Without Bones - learn fun facts about animals, the human body, our planet and much more. Fun free ...

Mollusk | Definition of Mollusk by Merriam-Webster


Define mollusk: biology : any one of a large group of animals (such as snails and clams) that have a soft body without a backbone and that usually…