Animalia Mollusca

Mollusca (Linnaeus, 1758) or molluscs are soft-bodied invertebrate animals best known for the shells present in many of them, which are commonly formed from nacre.

  • Bivalvia (headless molluscs with hinged two-part shells)
  • Cephalopoda (molluscs exhibiting a head and tentacles)
  • Gastropoda (molluscs which crawl along the ground with a muscular foot, which are well-known for the spiral-shaped shells present in many species)


Frost Nautilus (Forisdaqus heimis)


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