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MOLLUSCS (Phylum Mollusca)
Biodiversity > Marine Life > Molluscs

Molluscs possess a soft body consisting of a head with sense organs, a muscular foot for creeping or digging, and a visceral mass comprising of the gut, reproductive and excretory organs. Most species possess a hard calcium carbonate shell, although in most cephalopods it is internal, and in slugs and octopuses the shell is reduced or absent.

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There are currently no species belonging to the biodiversity category, Molluscs (Phylum Mollusca).

 
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