You will receive one or more specimens and an identification card.
Cat’s eye is the common name for the lid or operculum of the common sea snail Turbo smaragdus. When the snail is threatened by a predator or is exposed above the tide, it withdraws into its shell and the operculum seals the opening.
Contains small items - Not intended for young children - Designed for ages 6 and up - Pictures are representations of what you will receive and are used for illustrative purposes only – Cards and specific excavations will vary.
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