Shells

Shells
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  • Title and Introduction
  • First Card
  • Shells that are not homes. 
  • GT Project Shells
  • Shells that are home to animals. 
  • Some shells were homes to living things. Other shells were not. 
  • Properties of Shells
  • Shells that are not homes for living things are pushed by the ocean waves.  
  • Animals with shells are called. 
  • Shells that are homes to animals protect the animals from other animals that can eat them.  
  • Shells come in all shapes and sizes.  Texture is one property that shells have.  
  • Animals that have shells are mullocks.   Mullocks are sea animals  that have no backbone or spine.  They are invertebrates.   Some examples of a mollusks that have shells are: snails, gastropods,  clams, and oysters.
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