Pearls can be found underwater in mollusks or oyster's.in a merica,china tokio
pearls can be found in oysters.
Cave pearls are a calcite formation found in caves that resemble pearls because they are white and round.
pearls are found in the lakes like lewisville lake, and sometimes if your lucky they can come up from your toilets
No, clams never have pearls in them no matter where they are found .Oysters are the ones that have peals but it's a very rare to find one "the pearls that is not the oysters" .That's why there so expensive!
Pearls are not considered as rare as diamonds, but they are not found in every oyster either. Pearls in the wild are rare and more expensive. Cultured pearls are much more common.
They can be found in Broome WA Austalia.
Native Americans may have found "pearls" in clams, but those were not "pearls" as we would consider them today. Clams are non-nacreous mollusks and do not produce actual pearls. They produce what are known as "calcareous concretions", which lack the pearly luster associated with pearls as we know them. More likely, Native Americans found pearls in mussels not clams. Those that were near coastal areas may have also found and collected marine pearls, but not from clams.
Although many mollusks produce pearl-like crystal spheres, the oyster (more technically the "pearl mollusk") is the source of large natural pearls.Pearls are found in pearl oysters.
fresh water pearls =)
Akoya pearls are be extracted from Akoya oysters. These oysters can be typically found in large bodies of saltwater. For example, Akoya oysters are traditionally found in the sea area of southern China.
A necklace or a bracelet. Oysters are found in beds.
They can be found almost any shelled mollusk such as the pearl oyster
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Mother-of-Pearl is found in Oyster shells