How many sea shells did she sell?
Not many, she gave up the trade to sew shirts for shipwrecked sailors.
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With an electric drill and a small drill bit or you can use a dremel tool to make the hole. If you are not familiar with how to use either one of these safely, ask for help.. Also, consider using a carbide tip drill bit so you won't ruin a regular drill bit.
The world's largest bivalve is Tridacna gigas or the giant clam which can reach more than 3 feet in length.. The largest univalve is Syrinx Araunus or the Australian trumpet which can reach a length of approximately 40 inches.
Visit this website http://www.iit.edu/~krawczyk/kjbrdg03.pdf Some of it is a little technical, but it does a great job describing all types of seashell structures.
As the mollusks grows the shell around it grows to accommodate thelarger size. There are three layers to a shell, a proteinaceousperiosteum, a prismatic layer, and an inner pearly layer.
six difficult to find out, but i got the info from research... >how many shops she has by how many baskets peter piper fills up, and then divide it by how many pounds of wood a woodchuck chucks >it depends on the beach... ^if it is a naked beach about......what like 24???? ^if its a regular beach, …about.....300,457,438,384,396,348,284,748,472,383 shaniknakalakshablakblakanhylodroquadrupillion sea shells >how many tornado,hurricane,ect. shelters are in the are in the area and how many people have the phone service shellular..or was it cellular??? does that answer your question? (MORE)
I'm sure there is a sally out there who has sold Sea Shells & had a very good reason.
There are hundred of different types of sea shells found in theworld. Collecting sea shells is a hobby for many people. Differenttypes include conch, sand dollar and cockle shell. Some shells canonly be found in certain parts of the world.
You can usually tell if a seashell is fake by feeling it with yourhands. Although it is difficult to describe, fake seashells have adifferent feel to real ones.
\nIts not really the sound of the ocean. When u put it up to ur ear, u can just hear the blood flowing around in ur head.
You need to rub them with muriatic acid; that is usually available in a hobby or hardware store.
Vinegar affects a sea shell by dissolving the calcium in the shell.The acid in the vinegar is what causes the sea shell to dissolve.
you would think that it would make more sense, but she doesn't sell chocolate because people usually bring food to the beach, and chocolate melts easily. Also there is a lot of sand, so there is a great possibility that sand will get in it. Also she can get sea shells for free, while she has to pay …for the chocolate. (MORE)
Vinegar dissolves sea shells because the acid in the vinegar dissolves the calcium in the sea shell
Mostly Calcium carbonate, and so seashells are an excellent CO2 sink, locking up carbon until it is subducted, one of the aims of Speybay mussel farm.
Usual marine life that live in shells are creatures that need protection from predators because of their soft bodies. Things like snails, slugs, clams, and mussels are just a few of the creatures that live in shells or have some sort of hard shell like armor on their bodies.
As many shells as Sally sells down by the sea shore. As witnessed by a certified observer of sea shell sales.
It was actually first written as a poem in 1908 by Terry Sullivan , in honor of Mary Anning. It soon became a popular tongue twister. The poem goes: She sells seashells on the seashore The shells she sells are seashells, I'm sure So if she sells seashells on the seashore Then I'm sure s…he sells seashore shells. . (MORE)
No. If you have found a hard rock with an animal print on it, it may be a fossil.
a sea shell is the protective outside that is picked up by crabs and used as armor and they are found near the sea because they washed up on shore
She sells seashells on the seashell shore. The seashells she sells are seashore shells, Of that I'm sure.
No, they can't. Unlike their land-dwelling relatives, they can not pull their heads or flippers into their shells. Sorry all who thought they could, but you're wrong. Unfortunately.
No a sand dollar is not a sea shell because a sand dollar is a living organism.
Um... are you sure the question didn't say "alkaline earth metal"? Because calcium would be a great answer if it did.
Well, when one studies the rhyme of " sealing sea shells on the sea shore" One will find that through deliberate effect, this is actually in fact, an example of synical realism.. And, the ones on the ground are sandy.. Yours truely, Dr I.C. Weener.
well sally did probably sell some, but it really all depends how business was that day
everything from small pieces of jewelry to decorating houses inside and out. The limit of use for sea shells, available from all over the world, is limited only by one's imagination
The world's largest bivalve is Tridacna gigas or the giant clam which can reach more than 3 feet in length. The largest univalve is Syrinx Araunus or the Australian trumpet which can reach a length of approximately 40 inches.
Calcium Carbonate Answer2 I don't know the answer but somehow I doubt if it's calcium carbonate.
Probably because they have sea salt on them. The shells are a natural salt lick.
Yes. Its a tongue twister. I don't know. I'm just a fifth grader in Seattle wondering about Mary Todd Lincoln.
Sally Sells Sea Shells by the Sea Shore is a alliteration in which thw same letter is used alot. In this case s to start a word. Another one is Fuzzy Wuzzy was a bear Fuzzy Wuzzy had no hair. So Fuzzy Wuzzy wasnt really Fuzzy Was he? F and W are used most. A tongue twister is also somethign where u …could try to say it really fast over and over. However most of the time you epically fail. Well the saying Sally Sells Sea Shells by the Sea Shore could also be Sally sold sea shells by the sea shore. Or She sells sea shells by the sea shore. Or She sold sea shells by the sea shore. OMG i just made one up. Wally winked at the wonderful watermelon that willie the walrus just ate and got it on his wonderous wiskers :) oh yea. But anyway the sayign you asked is old-fashioned. (MORE)
The animal inside them. As the animal grows the shell must be grown to protect it.
it's 'she sells sea shells by the sea shore', not 'she shells sea shells by the sea shore'.
Go to under sea (Can be found in the lighthouse) you will see six pink shells, then see the broken part of the boat (the teasure is close to it), it will glow. Click on it and it will take you inside the boat, and you will find four more! :) Hope I help! :D
yes, seashells are ionic because all the components of seashells like calcium carbonate, calcite and conchiolin are ionic compounds. by kingsley Ifang (BSc Ed. chemistry) university of uyo, Nigeria.
1. it's not actually a sea shell it's a starfish 2. go to mainstreet 3.walk to the left 4. enter the Museum of Olympus 5. find the statue of poisiden (it's all the way past the poster on a shelf on the upper right) 6. click on the starfish on the statue's face and there you have it!
It depends on the species of sea turtle, and their age. Gender makes no difference to the size of sea turtles. The smallest is the Kemp's ridley, which has a shell that is normally a bit less than 3 ft long at adulthood. The largest, full grown sea turtle is the Leatherback species. They are the sof…t shelled species, and have a shell of about 6 ft long usually, but can become larger, as much as 8 ft long. Sea turtles are not capable of retracting their flippers, limbs, or head, as so many other species of turtles do in order to help protect themselves. Their shell is enough room for their vital organs only, no spare room for tucking limbs, or ducking heads in emergencies. This is believed to be the case because they swim most of their lives, and need to be streamlined. For more details, please see the sites listed below.there is three different kinds of sea turtle, green, leatherback, hawksbill, loggerhead, flat back, and olive ridley. they lay eggs in sand and can lay 100 at a time. they can live up to 100 years old. the leatherback is the largest, weighs 916 kg. they can go 30 mins. underwater. they have been avive over 100,000 yrs. they drink saltwater hows that info good thanks have fun being really really smart couse i do;) (MORE)
I think it's Tybee, like Tybee Island Georgia. The sand on Tybee beach is a mix with ground shells.
The hard chalky plates which mamake up the shell of a sea urchin is called the TEST.
I think you mean "She sells sea shells by the sea shore"...It's not meant to make any sense, it's a nonsense tongue twister.
ahhh..no only oceans and seas not rivers there to small :) unless the wind from an ocean is blowing to a river?? i dunno all know is only oceans and seas hope i helped you your welcome :D
No, they do not. Since they are only shells, they are not alive. Depending on what lives within them, that creature may or may not lay eggs. Remember, shells are not alive, they are like houses! You live in your house, but it is not alive. Same basic concept with sea shells!
Because America is getting fat and is to lazy to bend down and get them
sea shells are coquillages in French. For the purpose of a meal, they are called 'fruits de mer' on the menu.
FROM EXCEDRA: No it,s a puke shell of course it,s a sea shell you idiot!
Six and a half actually but now she is sold out. if you are looking to buy one, you may buy it at a pool instead of the sea shore, but sally only accepts cash so dont bring your credit card
Some people say that they can , but other don't. But when i do it i can't hear anything. Hope that helps.
Sea shells can symbolize any number of things, notably: - The Moon . As the tides rise and fall, the sea displays the shells and then take them back once more. - In Christian folklore , the shells of mussels, clams, and snails are symbolic of a resurrection that has occured. - Native A…mericans once worshipped seashells as a symbol of fertility. - Superstition states that if seashells are worn on a necklace in the Spring and Summer months, it will bring the wearer good luck. (MORE)
Yes, in a Conk (Conch) shell it is very clear. 2nd Answerer says: Sorry, but that is the sound of your own blood pulsing through your veins. The sound is merely attributed to the sound of the sea.
The largest sea shells are found where the animals that make and live in them are able to grow the largest. This tends to be the warm seas of the Caribbean and the Gulf of Mexico. The Pink Queen Conch shell is one of the largest that is often found.