What is a clam?
A clam is a marine bivalve mollusk with shells of equal size. They are sometimes buried in sand or mud that is near bodies of water. These bodies of waters could be freshwater or saltwater.
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Clams don't do a lot. They sit at the bottom of a lake and move very slowly across the sandy floor. They have an appendage called a foot they use to slowly move and they have …have another appendage that sticks out of the shell to suck in water which they use to filter out alga and plankton which is what they eat.
The New England clam bake is a traditional method of cooking foods,especially seafood such as lobsters, crabs etc. The seafood isoften mixed with sausage, potatoes, carrots, c…orn etc. Clam bakesare usually held on festival occasions along the coast of NewEngland.
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Clams are two-shelled mollusks that live in coastal waters andfreshwater shallows. Clam shells are fused at the back with aligament. There are two heavy muscles that open and …close theshells. Clams have no head or extremities. They ingest water andfood through two siphons, which are round openings. Clams breatheunderwater through gills. Because they eat plankton, clams do nothave to search for food. The water carries it right to them. Clamsspawn in spring. The males release sperm and females release eggsinto the water. When the eggs and sperm come together,fertilization occurs and new clams are born.
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You will see a clam.
Clams are bivalve molluscs that live buried in sand or silt, manyof which are edible.