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Abalones are also known as sea ears or ormers.
Abalone sea shells resemble a valve of a large clam, except for the spiral whorl. Abalone seashells are usually attached to rocks by a large muscular foot. Sea water is drawn in under the edges of the seashell; it passes over the gills, and leaves through the natural holes. The abalone's foot is edible and highly esteemed. These seashells are often used for jewelry, buttons and inlays. Abalone seashells are found on or beneath rocks, mostly in shallow water.
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