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These Unbelievably Disturbing Things Are Washing Up On The Beaches Of America 

I love all types of sea food. So much that only the fact that something has lived inside water is enough information for me to love it before even tasting it. However, there is this new type of fish which I am thinking, might work a bit differently with me, going by its appearance! Here is all we know about it. 

These Unbelievably Disturbing Things Are Washing Up On The Beaches Of America 

These Unbelievably Disturbing Things Are Washing Up On The Beaches Of America 

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This is a shellfish named geoduck.

This is a shellfish named geoduck.

These are the natives of North America

These are the natives of North America

They get their name from an American phrase that means 'dig deep.'

They get their name from an American phrase that means 'dig deep.'

This in turn is because they dig deep in the sand when they sense a predator coming for them

This in turn is because they dig deep in the sand when they sense a predator coming for them

Because of this ability, they can live upto 110 years in the wild.

Because of this ability, they can live upto 110 years in the wild.

Geoducks don't come in contact physically to reproduce. Both the male and the female burst out clouds of semen.

Geoducks don't come in contact physically to reproduce. Both the male and the female burst out clouds of semen.

This results in thousands of eggs being hidden in sands.

This results in thousands of eggs being hidden in sands.

They can breathe under the sand perfectly well.

They can breathe under the sand perfectly well.

The average geoduck siphon is three feet long, but they can grow at big as six

The average geoduck siphon is three feet long, but they can grow at big as six

Scientists say the study the rings in the geoduck's shell can tell us a lot about the conditions in the ocean during a given year.

Scientists say the study the rings in the geoduck’s shell  can tell us a lot about the conditions in the ocean during a given year.

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