What do clams do?
Clams don't do a lot. They sit at the bottom of a lake and move very slowly across the sandy floor. They have an appendage called a foot they use to slowly move and they have have another appendage that sticks out of the shell to suck in water which they use to filter out alga and plankton which is what they eat.
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A type of fish with a shel???
A clam is a marine bivalve mollusk with shells of equal size. They are sometimes buried in sand or mud that is near bodies of water. These bodies of waters could be freshwater… or saltwater.
Clams eat plankton and other microscopic things but you can feed them popcorn I would recommend that you pop the popcorn before you give it to the clam because a popcorn kerne…l is like a rock to us and them so make sure you pop the popcorn first and make sure the popcorn doesn't have ANY butter. It has to be regular popcorn but you can put salt on it to make sure that it tastes like what the clam would usually eat.
Believe it or not, clams eat tube worms and planktonic stuff or plankton. FYI, Not from Spongebob
oyster drill (a snail), starfish, oyster catchers (bird), seagulls, bears, otters, walrus, gray whales.
A siphon brings in water, and filters out the food for it.
The mantle is the body wall that covers the mass and creates theshell of the clam. It resembles a cloak because it extends beyondthe main part of the body and forms flaps.
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Yes they are if they are not you can get sick
YES! I think... They can also clam up! -Happily!
You will see a clam.
Clams are bivalve molluscs that live buried in sand or silt, manyof which are edible.