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On sandy shores, you'll see the coiled sand-casts of hidden worms, and all sorts of seashells, from razor shells to scallops.
This is due to the fact that razor shells are fragile and thus easily broken.
Many shellfish are bi-valves and have two shells hinged together, like razor shells or mussels.
Garibaldi & Busilacchi 2010), but the most harvested bivalves consist of cockles, clams, razor shells, mussels, and oysters (Table 1, Fig.
Later, we make a 45-minute trek to the edge of the shore and back, just to say we've done it, picking up razor shells and marvelling at how far it is to the sea.
Thousands upon thousands of razor shells, the glossy patina that allows them to scoot through the wet sand so fast long since worn off, lay beside common whelk shells of all sizes and colours.
Heading along a shoreline that shelves gently into clear waters, we discovered an abundance of razor shells, tiny lilac-coloured starfish and the European Common Cowrie, which, despite its name, is rarely found on British shores.
In very cold winters, marine life is washed up on shore, including sea urchins, razor shells, mussels and cockles.
With heavily scratched and weathered surfaces, the pieces are variously reminiscent of ancient standing stones, beach pebbles or razor shells.
There Oysters dwell,and razor shells, With cockle wockles swim.
Crunching on through dog whelks and razor shells, I paused to watch red breasted mergansers and great crested grebes in the shadow of the Lennox oil and gas platform off Ainsdale.