do you know If It turns out that clams have a 'tongue' to move


Clams are one of the marine animals that you may often consume. However, have you ever seen this mollusk walking?

Scallops have soft tissue inside the shell that functions as legs so they can move. At first glance, this tissue looks like a tongue.

With this thing, the clam can analyze the best place to live. Typically, mussels settle in fine sandy locations and bury themselves.

Clams themselves don't have a brain. The only organs it has are the kidneys, heart, mouth, and anus.

Scallops also do not have bl ood vessels. The oxygen supply comes from very liquid blood which is rich in nutrients and oxygen which covers the organs.

All claims are male when young. However, some will become females as they age.

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