September 15, 2016: Moon Snail

September 15, 2016: Moon Snail

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Apologies for the delay in publishing this week’s newsletter- to be honest I was feeling a little lackluster about the whole thing this week (even my enthusiasm wanes on occasion), but then tonight I caught a glimpse of the unbelievably bright, beautiful moon and was inspired – to write about the Moon Snail!

If you’ve ever seen a strange-looking arc of sand on the beach and wondered what it could possibly be, search no further- the answers to your questions (and to so many more questions you never knew you had about Moon Snails) are finally answered!

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100 Days Project Status: Today is Day 24.

October “Amateur” Photographer Showcase Status: two open spaces remain.

 

photo credits: in newsletter: Behind quote: photography.nationalgeographic.com; Left: http://eol.org/data_objects/13156066; Right: http://www.elkhornslough.org/sloughlife/inverts/moonsnail.htm; Bottom: http://eol.org/data_objects/23204787; in this post: Featured Image: http://www.shellscarvalho.com/carvalho_Naticidae_list.html

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