Where can abalone be found?
abalone is found on some coast of some place.
Abalone is a type of shellfish, a gastropod mollusc. It is eaten and considered a delicacy in many parts of the world. In New Zealand it is known by the Maori word 'Paua'. The inside of a paua shell is brilliantly coloured with iridescent blues, greens and pinks. It is usually found in the sea off rocky shorelines attached to the rocks with it's strong sucker-like 'foot'.
There are some species of Abalone that are listed as endangered according to the International Union of Conservation for Nature, or the IUCN Red List. The Black Abalone is listed with a status of "critically endangered" with a population trend posted as "decreasing", while the Northern, or Pinto Abalone is listed with a status of "endangered" and the population trend posted as "stable". According to the US Fish and Wildlife Services or US FWS, Endangered…