You will receive one or more specimens and an identification card.
Limpets eat by grazing on algae found on rock surfaces. They scrape films of algae from the rock with a radula, a ribbon-like tongue with rows of teeth. Limpets move by rippling the muscles of their foot in a wave-like motion.
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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