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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scallop

A unique feature of the scallop family is the presence, at some point during the animal's lifecycle, of a distinctive and taxonomically important shell feature, a comb-like structure called a ctenolium located on the anterior edge of the right valve next to the valve's byssal notch. Though many scallops lose this feature as they become free ...

www.thoughtco.com/facts-about-scallops-2291857

Scallop shells mark the road to Santiago, and pilgrims often wear or carry scallop shells. The scallop shell is also the corporate symbol for the petrochemical giant Royal Dutch Shell. Scallops are also a major commercially harvested seafood; certain species ( Placopecten magellanicus, Aequipecten irradians, and A. opercularis) are highly prized .

www.britannica.com/animal/scallop-bivalve

Scallop: Scallop, any of the marine bivalve mollusks of the family Pectinidae, particularly species of the genus Pecten. The family, which includes about 50 genera and subgenera and more than 400 species, is worldwide in distribution and ranges from the intertidal zone to considerable ocean depths. The two

sciencetrends.com/what-exactly-are-scallops

But what exactly are scallops? ADVERTISEMENT. It is remarkable how little most people know about scallops, despite their popularity as a culinary delicacy. What Kind of Animal Is A Scallop? Because of their unusual appearance, some people do not realize that scallops are actually animals. But, what kind of animals are they?

animalcrossing.fandom.com/wiki/Scallop

This page discusses the creature found by diving in New Leaf. If you were looking for the shell found previously in the Animal Crossing series, go to Shells. "I got a scallop! Hey, this isn't a potato at all!" —New Leaf The scallop is a benthic creature in New Leaf. It is indicated by a circular...

www.reference.com/pets-animals/scallops-reproduce-b54c0c653a59c4fd

Sea scallops reproduce through spawning. Some scallops have male and female reproductive capabilities, while others produce only eggs or sperm cells. During spawning, the scallops release large quantities of eggs and sperm into the water. Fertilized eggs quickly develop into tiny scallops that are suspended in the water like plankton.

www.wisegeek.com/what-are-scallops.htm

Nutritional Value. Scallops are very low in fat and fairly low in calories; a single scallop typically has only about 30 to 35 calories. They are a source of unsaturated fat with omega-3 fatty acids, which are recommended for a healthy diet and provide a decent source of vitamin B12 and calcium.A single serving also includes a good amount of magnesium, iron, and zinc, which can be good for ...

www.longbeachislandjournal.com/animals/bay-scallop

The scallop is also used for swimming, which bay scallops do a lot of, and can be seen in this video: Bay scallops spend their lives in and around seagrass beds. Adults can sometimes be found in open sandy areas, and they can live in such places, but they need the seagrass for their juvenile stages and to hide from predators.

www.encyclopedia.com/plants-and-animals/animals/zoology-invertebrates/scallop

Scallops are capable of swimming or leaping about by snapping their shells, which are controlled by a powerful adductor muscle, the only part of the animal that is eaten. Scallops are more common on the Atlantic coast than the Pacific. The common scallop is about 2 in. (5 cm) long.

animals.net/scallop

The Scallop is a sea creature that looks similar to a clam. Scallops are a delicacy around the world. ... Animals.NET aim to promote interest in nature and animals among children, as well as raise their awareness in conservation and environmental protection. All photos used are royalty-free, and credits are included in the Alt tag of each image.