The word oyster is used as a common name for a number of different families of
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Aug 5, 2015 ... As one of the only foods that humans eat alive, oysters may not be for every
palate. Still, humans slurp tons of them down with Champagne ...
Jul 5, 2016 ... Read amazing facts about the oyster - its history, biological properties, and
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The oyster is a sessile (immobile) mollusc that is commonly found clinging onto
shipwrecks, debris and harbour walls around the world. Oysters are bivalve ...
Mar 1, 2012 ... Whether you love them raw, fried, or on the half shell, oysters can provide you
with a host of health benefits, among them, high levels of heart- ...
Oysters breathe much like fish, using both gills and mantle. The mantle is lined
with many small, thin-walled blood vessels which extract oxygen from the water ...
The native Eastern oyster—Crassostrea virginica—plays an important role in the
Bay's ecosystem as both a habitat for a variety of sessile plants and animals ...
There are over 200 species of oysters in the world, but only a few species are
commonly used for food. Most species are too scattered or too small to harvest for
Aug 5, 2013 ... Top 10 facts about oysters. TODAY is National Oyster Day, mainly celebrated in
the US but also in the UK at places such as Gow's Oyster Bar ...