What do Gastropod Bivalves and Cephalopoda eat?
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Mollusks in the classes gastropod (snails, slugs, nudibranchs) and bivalves (clam, mussels) move with a muscular foot. In the class of cephalopods, the foot has become 8 tentacles and no longer is used for movement. In this case, they use jet propulsion and water propels them away from predators or towards prey.
A few gastropod species are snails, slugs, limpets, and sea hares. I know this doesn't really answer the question very well, but if you search 'Gastropod' at Wikipedia you will find out what a gastropod is and then some. Hope this helped! Gastropods are a class of mollusks, otherwise known as snails, slugs, and limpets.