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MOLLUSCS (Phylum Mollusca)
Biodiversity > Marine Life > Molluscs

Molluscs possess a soft body consisting of a head with sense organs, a muscular foot for creeping or digging, and a visceral mass comprising of the gut, reproductive and excretory organs. Most species possess a hard calcium carbonate shell, although in most cephalopods it is internal, and in slugs and octopuses the shell is reduced or absent.


There are currently no species belonging to the biodiversity category, Molluscs (Phylum Mollusca).

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