BEQA ISLAND, FIJI, 2014
Flame scallops are stationary creatures and feed by filtering nutrients from the water. They open up to allow the water in and out but become vulnerable to fish eating them. To prevent this the scallop has several “eyes” to sense when fish are near and close their shells protecting themselves. You can see the eye sensors along the edge of the shell. They are the white dots sticking along the edge of the scallop’s shell.
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The prints can be cleaned with water or a mild window cleaner and a soft cloth.
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