How does a Clam bury itself?
The clam sticks out its foot (its "tongue") and digs down into the sand with it. Then it holds on and pulls itself down.
I actually think you should put the clam back into the sea you got it or in a random sea where it can feed itself. Cheeseman56: Actually, you HAVE to put the clam back into the ocean it came from, not a random water source. This is because the clam could effect the food chain of the ocean/lake, and cause other creatures to die.
Yes. It happens when a clam gets 1 grain of sand in its mouth, then the grain of sand turns into a pearl (but I don't know how! Sorry!). Then someone goes clam fishing or finds the clam and opens it up to get the pearl. Not all pearls are white. And not all clams have pearls in their mouths. There is also a process called culturing where a small piece of clam shell is…