Mollusks drill holes in clam shells using their tongue.
it's 'she sells sea shells by the sea shore', not 'she shells sea shells by the sea shore'.
Drill sea water?
sea anemones do not have shells !
she sells sea shells by the sea shore
Sea shells can be tons of shapes.
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.
you dont go to the sea shore to buy egg shells
I can't really
yes,she did sell shells by the sea shore
Sea shells are not known as a source for diamonds.
If the sea shells have been thoroughly cleaned by being left in boiling water for at least five minutes, then they should be sterile. Sea shells are safe for aquariums but if you have any fish that are extremely sensitive to pH levels, you may want to reconsider. The shells will release trace amounts of calcium carbonate into the water that will possibly raise the pH. For the most part, it is perfectly safe. I have several in my 55 gallon and have never had any trouble.
the difference is clams are hard and sea shells live in the sea
u can clean sea shells by using a preservative FORMALIN.
Sea Turtles shells are used to protect them from there preditors.
Susie sells sea shells by the sea shore.
You can drill a hole in the side of anything with the right drill.
As many shells as Sally sells down by the sea shore. As witnessed by a certified observer of sea shell sales.
Umah 3 der brain. That question makes no sense at all, matio.
I'm sure there is a sally out there who has sold Sea Shells & had a very good reason.
Vinegar dissolves sea shells because the acid in the vinegar dissolves the calcium in the sea shell
The collective nouns for shells are:a broadside of shells (artillery)a salvo of shells (artillery)a midden of shells (sea)
Sea turtles use their shells to protect themselves from predators such as sharks.
Probably because they have sea salt on them. The shells are a natural salt lick.