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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scallop

Scallop is a common name that is primarily applied to any one of ... tide line to 100 meters, while others prefer much deeper water. ... or under either rocks, coral , rubble, sea grass, kelp, sand, or mud.

www.thoughtco.com/facts-about-scallops-2291857

Mar 6, 2017 ... Lear about scallops including where scallops live, how big they grow, what they eat, what you eat when ... 10 Facts About Scallops ... Scallops are found worldwide, and they may live from the intertidal zone to the deep sea.

www.mussel-inn.com/seafood-facts/amazing-facts-about-scallops

May 19, 2017 ... Unlike the mussel and the oyster, the scallop cannot close and seal its shell completely and so can only survive in the deeper, full salinity sea ...

wiki.kidzsearch.com/wiki/Scallop

Dec 11, 2014 ... The largest wild scallop fishery is for the Atlantic sea scallop ... Western cuisine, scallops are often sautéed in butter, or breaded and deep fried.

mobile-cuisine.com/did-you-know/scallop-fun-facts

Mar 31, 2017 ... For today's Did You Know we will look at Scallop fun facts such as ... completely and so can only survive in the deeper, full salinity sea water.

subseaobservers.com/scallops

Sea scallops, or Placopecten magellanicus, are also commonly known as giant scallops, Atlantic deep sea scallops, smooth scallops, and ocean scallops.

www.cookingfishmonger.com/scallop-facts.html

raw sea scallops The largest wild scallop you will find are the Atlantic sea scallop (Placopecten magellanicus) these are found mainly in deeper waters from ...

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Sea scallops typically occur at depths ranging from 18–110 m, ... been found as deep as 384 m, and deep-water populations ...

www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2013/03/did-you-know-scallops-have-eyes-me-neither-but-look/274469

Mar 28, 2013 ... Just try eating scallops with linguine and garlic after reading this article. ... The lens only appears to compensate for the fact that the mirror is ... optical quality mirror in its eye is the deep-sea spookfish, Dolichopteryx longipes.

oceanconservancy.org/wildlife-factsheet/sea-scallop

I like sandy or gravelly spots on the ocean floor, about 20-110 meters deep. ... http://marinelife.about.com/od/invertebrates/tp/10-Facts-About-Scallops.htm ...