Travelling Exhibit Cabinet: Mollusks - Snail, Clams and Squids

This exhibit presents a diversity of shells of snails and clams, the structure of mollusks in general as well as the cephalopods (squids, octopods, cuttlefish, nautilus), and the positive and negative economic aspects of mollusks. There are some snail and clam shells are available for children to handle.

Looking down at the top of the mollusc exhibit in our display case.  Specimens in this portion of the cabinet are locked and are for obersavtion only.

The mollusc exhibit from above. Photo by Blaise MacMullin.

Science Outreach Athabasca - September 26, 2012

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