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Bear paw Clam (Hippopus hippopus) on detrital background. Rare in some areas of the lagoon due to overfishing. New Caledonia.
860-287043 - Bear paw Clam (Hippopus hippopus) on detrital background. Rare in some areas of the lagoon due to overfishing. New Caledonia.
High angle view of hands at seafood dinner, Seattle, Washington, USA
1174-6402 - High angle view of hands at seafood dinner, Seattle, Washington, USA
Fresh clams for sale in fish market, Ha Tien, Vietnam, Indochina, Southeast Asia, Asia
809-7646 - Fresh clams for sale in fish market, Ha Tien, Vietnam, Indochina, Southeast Asia, Asia
This Common Scorpionfish (Scorpaenopsis oxycephala) is perched on the mantle rim of a Giant Tridacna Clam (Tridacna gigas). It's venomous spines can inflict a painful wound, Philippines
1116-39717 - This Common Scorpionfish (Scorpaenopsis oxycephala) is perched on the mantle rim of a Giant Tridacna Clam (Tridacna gigas). It's venomous spines can inflict a painful wound, Philippines
Clam's club, Milan, Lombardy, Italy.
746-19674 - Clam's club, Milan, Lombardy, Italy.
Clams, Isola Del Giglio, Toscana, Tuscany, Italy
746-22729 - Clams, Isola Del Giglio, Toscana, Tuscany, Italy
Clams soup, Isola Del Giglio, Toscana, Tuscany, Italy
746-22706 - Clams soup, Isola Del Giglio, Toscana, Tuscany, Italy
Soya spaghetti with clams, Italy
746-43767 - Soya spaghetti with clams, Italy
Person Dig For Clams At Buck Bay Shellfish Farm On Orcas Island, Washington
857-93406 - Person Dig For Clams At Buck Bay Shellfish Farm On Orcas Island, Washington
A Guy Throws Clams Into A Bucket At Buck Bay Shellfish Farm
857-93409 - A Guy Throws Clams Into A Bucket At Buck Bay Shellfish Farm
Two Farmers Digging For Clams At Buck Bay Shellfish Farm On Orcas Island, Washington, Usa
857-93405 - Two Farmers Digging For Clams At Buck Bay Shellfish Farm On Orcas Island, Washington, Usa
Two Men Dig For Clams At Buck Bay Shellfish Farm
857-93410 - Two Men Dig For Clams At Buck Bay Shellfish Farm
Two Men Dig For Clams At Buck Bay Shellfish Farm
857-93408 - Two Men Dig For Clams At Buck Bay Shellfish Farm
Buckets Are Filled With Clams At Buck Bay Shellfish Farm On Orcas Island, Washington
857-93404 - Buckets Are Filled With Clams At Buck Bay Shellfish Farm On Orcas Island, Washington
Two Men Dig For Clams At Buck Bay Shellfish Farm On Orcas Island, Washington, Usa
857-93407 - Two Men Dig For Clams At Buck Bay Shellfish Farm On Orcas Island, Washington, Usa
Mixed seafood on restaurant table
1178-9312 - Mixed seafood on restaurant table
Still life of lobster and clams
1178-3193 - Still life of lobster and clams
Lobster, shrimp and clams cooking on grill
1178-2652 - Lobster, shrimp and clams cooking on grill
A passenger from an Antarctic cruise ship amongst stunning coastal scenery beneath Mount Walker in Paradise Bay off Graham Land on the Antarctic Peninsular. The Peninsular is one of the most rapidly warming places on the planet.
911-9990 - A passenger from an Antarctic cruise ship amongst stunning coastal scenery beneath Mount Walker in Paradise Bay off Graham Land on the Antarctic Peninsular. The Peninsular is one of the most rapidly warming places on the planet.
Stunning coastal scenery beneath Mount Walker in Paradise Bay off Graham Land on the Antarctic Peninsular. the Peninsular is one of the most rapidly warming places on the planet.
911-9962 - Stunning coastal scenery beneath Mount Walker in Paradise Bay off Graham Land on the Antarctic Peninsular. the Peninsular is one of the most rapidly warming places on the planet.
Stunning coastal scenery in Paradise Bay off Graham Land on the Antarctic Peninsular. the Peninsular is one of the most rapidly warming places on the planet.
911-9960 - Stunning coastal scenery in Paradise Bay off Graham Land on the Antarctic Peninsular. the Peninsular is one of the most rapidly warming places on the planet.
A zodiak from an expedition cruise amongst stunning coastal scenery beneath Mount Walker in Paradise Bay off Graham Land on the Antarctic Peninsular. the Peninsular is one of the most rapidly warming places on the planet.
911-9967 - A zodiak from an expedition cruise amongst stunning coastal scenery beneath Mount Walker in Paradise Bay off Graham Land on the Antarctic Peninsular. the Peninsular is one of the most rapidly warming places on the planet.
Stunning coastal scenery beneath Mount Walker in Paradise Bay off Graham Land on the Antarctic Peninsular. the Peninsular is one of the most rapidly warming places on the planet.
911-9966 - Stunning coastal scenery beneath Mount Walker in Paradise Bay off Graham Land on the Antarctic Peninsular. the Peninsular is one of the most rapidly warming places on the planet.
Mount Walker in Paradise Bay off Graham Land on the Antarctic Peninsular. the Peninsular is one of the most rapidly warming places on the planet.
911-9972 - Mount Walker in Paradise Bay off Graham Land on the Antarctic Peninsular. the Peninsular is one of the most rapidly warming places on the planet.
Stunning coastal scenery beneath Mount Walker in Paradise Bay off Graham Land on the Antarctic Peninsular. the Peninsular is one of the most rapidly warming places on the planet.
911-9965 - Stunning coastal scenery beneath Mount Walker in Paradise Bay off Graham Land on the Antarctic Peninsular. the Peninsular is one of the most rapidly warming places on the planet.
Mount Walker in Paradise Bay off Graham Land on the Antarctic Peninsular. the Peninsular is one of the most rapidly warming places on the planet.
911-9961 - Mount Walker in Paradise Bay off Graham Land on the Antarctic Peninsular. the Peninsular is one of the most rapidly warming places on the planet.
Stunning coastal scenery beneath Mount Walker in Paradise Bay off Graham Land on the Antarctic Peninsular. the Peninsular is one of the most rapidly warming places on the planet.
911-9963 - Stunning coastal scenery beneath Mount Walker in Paradise Bay off Graham Land on the Antarctic Peninsular. the Peninsular is one of the most rapidly warming places on the planet.
Stunning coastal scenery in Paradise Bay off Graham Land on the antarctic Peninsular. the Peninsular is one of the most rapidly warming places on the planet.
911-9964 - Stunning coastal scenery in Paradise Bay off Graham Land on the antarctic Peninsular. the Peninsular is one of the most rapidly warming places on the planet.
giant clams, Tridacna gigas, in tropical coral reef, Indo-Pacific Ocean
983-510 - giant clams, Tridacna gigas, in tropical coral reef, Indo-Pacific Ocean
Spain, Catalonia, Barcelona, Interior of La Boqueria market on La Rambla.
797-11738 - Spain, Catalonia, Barcelona, Interior of La Boqueria market on La Rambla.
Spain, Catalonia, Barcelona, Interior of La Boqueria market on La Rambla.
797-11735 - Spain, Catalonia, Barcelona, Interior of La Boqueria market on La Rambla.
Hard and soft corals and tridacna clam on underwater reef on Jaco Island, Timor Sea, East Timor, Southeast Asia, Asia
1112-2307 - Hard and soft corals and tridacna clam on underwater reef on Jaco Island, Timor Sea, East Timor, Southeast Asia, Asia
Hard and soft corals and giant clam underwater on Sebayur Island, Komodo Island National Park, Indonesia, Southeast Asia, Asia
1112-2301 - Hard and soft corals and giant clam underwater on Sebayur Island, Komodo Island National Park, Indonesia, Southeast Asia, Asia
A profusion of hard and soft coral with a giant clam underwater on Tengah Besar Island, Komodo Island National Park, Indonesia, Southeast Asia, Asia
1112-2294 - A profusion of hard and soft coral with a giant clam underwater on Tengah Besar Island, Komodo Island National Park, Indonesia, Southeast Asia, Asia
Underwater view of giant clam (Tridacna spp), Pixies Bommie, Great Barrier Reef, Queensland, Australia, Pacific
1112-2240 - Underwater view of giant clam (Tridacna spp), Pixies Bommie, Great Barrier Reef, Queensland, Australia, Pacific
Underwater view of giant clam (Tridacna spp), Pixies Bommie, Great Barrier Reef, Queensland, Australia, Pacific
1112-2239 - Underwater view of giant clam (Tridacna spp), Pixies Bommie, Great Barrier Reef, Queensland, Australia, Pacific
Seafood paella, detail
832-368673 - Seafood paella, detail
Seafood paella
832-368672 - Seafood paella
Spanish traditional food a pan of Paella with rice and seafood shrimps, mussels, spiny lobster and lemon
832-296962 - Spanish traditional food a pan of Paella with rice and seafood shrimps, mussels, spiny lobster and lemon
small giant clam or maxima clam giant clam Red Sea
869-58 - small giant clam or maxima clam giant clam Red Sea
giant clam red fish egg mass on the shell of a giant tridacna clam Fiji
869-2339 - giant clam red fish egg mass on the shell of a giant tridacna clam Fiji
Marina Mall Tower, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, Middle East
844-1626 - Marina Mall Tower, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, Middle East
Restaurant, clam bar, Wellfleet, Cape Cod, winter, Massachusetts, New England, USA
832-165866 - Restaurant, clam bar, Wellfleet, Cape Cod, winter, Massachusetts, New England, USA
Common giant clam (Tridacna maxima) macro, Ras Mohammed National Park, off Sharm el-Sheikh, Sinai, Red Sea, Egypt, North Africa, Africa
974-357 - Common giant clam (Tridacna maxima) macro, Ras Mohammed National Park, off Sharm el-Sheikh, Sinai, Red Sea, Egypt, North Africa, Africa
Giant Clam Farm, Tridacna gigas, Makogai, Lomaviti, Fiji
1113-46588 - Giant Clam Farm, Tridacna gigas, Makogai, Lomaviti, Fiji
Mexico, Oaxaca, Huatulco, Almejas or clams served in their shells with cut halves of lime.
797-10470 - Mexico, Oaxaca, Huatulco, Almejas or clams served in their shells with cut halves of lime.
MOnastery at village in the middle of Inle lake
817-410519 - MOnastery at village in the middle of Inle lake
Houses in the middle of Inle lake
817-410517 - Houses in the middle of Inle lake
Iridescent Mantle of Giant Clam, Tridacna Squamosa, Micronesia, Palau
1113-27149 - Iridescent Mantle of Giant Clam, Tridacna Squamosa, Micronesia, Palau
Giant Clam between Branching Corals, Tridacna Squamosa, Micronesia, Palau
1113-27158 - Giant Clam between Branching Corals, Tridacna Squamosa, Micronesia, Palau
Mantle of Giant Clam, Tridacna Squamosa, Micronesia, Palau
1113-27148 - Mantle of Giant Clam, Tridacna Squamosa, Micronesia, Palau
Iridescent Mantle of Giant Clam, Tridacna Squamosa, Micronesia, Palau
1113-27147 - Iridescent Mantle of Giant Clam, Tridacna Squamosa, Micronesia, Palau
Diver and Giant Clam, Tridacna Squamosa, Micronesia, Palau
1113-27159 - Diver and Giant Clam, Tridacna Squamosa, Micronesia, Palau
Hawaii, Oahu, Brown and white clam shell on sand.
1116-29409 - Hawaii, Oahu, Brown and white clam shell on sand.
Fiji, Indo-Pacific sergeant major egg mass on the shell of a giant tridacna clam (Tridacna gigas).
1116-31300 - Fiji, Indo-Pacific sergeant major egg mass on the shell of a giant tridacna clam (Tridacna gigas).
Giant clam and vlaming's unicorn fish (Naso vlamingii), Sulawesi, Indonesia, Southeast Asia, Asia
1103-171 - Giant clam and vlaming's unicorn fish (Naso vlamingii), Sulawesi, Indonesia, Southeast Asia, Asia
Crustacean - clam.  Red Sea, Egypt.
1022-37 - Crustacean - clam. Red Sea, Egypt.
Diver and Giant Clam (Tridacna sp).  Malaysia   (RR)
973-69 - Diver and Giant Clam (Tridacna sp). Malaysia (RR)
Circular Batfish (Platax orbicularis). Red Sea.
978-72 - Circular Batfish (Platax orbicularis). Red Sea.
Clam. Red Sea.
978-148 - Clam. Red Sea.
Giant Clam & diver. Raja Ampat, Papua, Indonesia
1012-56 - Giant Clam & diver. Raja Ampat, Papua, Indonesia
Giant Clam's skirt (Tridacna sp.). Gorontalo, Sulawesi, Indonesia.   (rr)
1012-132 - Giant Clam's skirt (Tridacna sp.). Gorontalo, Sulawesi, Indonesia. (rr)
Fin whale (Balaenoptera physalus) showing white lower jaw in calm sea. Gulf of California.   (RR)
931-99 - Fin whale (Balaenoptera physalus) showing white lower jaw in calm sea. Gulf of California. (RR)
 Diver with giant clam
934-124 - Diver with giant clam
Giant clam (Tridacna gigas).
921-285 - Giant clam (Tridacna gigas).
Remains of clam shell eaten by bird, Newport Wetlands National Nature Reserve, Newport, Wales, UK, Europe
915-539 - Remains of clam shell eaten by bird, Newport Wetlands National Nature Reserve, Newport, Wales, UK, Europe
Adult yellow-footed Gull (Larus livens) in the Gulf of California (Sea of Cortez), Mexico. This species is enedemic to only the Gulf of California. Here the gull has a clam found on exposed tidal flats of an extremely low tide. The gull will drop the clam onto rocks from above, breaking the shell and exposing the meat inside for consumption.
979-3397 - Adult yellow-footed Gull (Larus livens) in the Gulf of California (Sea of Cortez), Mexico. This species is enedemic to only the Gulf of California. Here the gull has a clam found on exposed tidal flats of an extremely low tide. The gull will drop the clam onto rocks from above, breaking the shell and exposing the meat inside for consumption.
Adult yellow-footed Gull (Larus livens) in the Gulf of California (Sea of Cortez), Mexico. This species is enedemic to only the Gulf of California. Here the gull has a clam found on exposed tidal flats of an extremely low tide. The gull will drop the clam onto rocks from above, breaking the shell and exposing the meat inside for consumption.
979-3398 - Adult yellow-footed Gull (Larus livens) in the Gulf of California (Sea of Cortez), Mexico. This species is enedemic to only the Gulf of California. Here the gull has a clam found on exposed tidal flats of an extremely low tide. The gull will drop the clam onto rocks from above, breaking the shell and exposing the meat inside for consumption.
Striped Mullet (Mullus surmeletus), clearly showing barble under chin on sandy seabed, Gozo, Maltese Islands, Mediterranean
970-133 - Striped Mullet (Mullus surmeletus), clearly showing barble under chin on sandy seabed, Gozo, Maltese Islands, Mediterranean
Yellow-footed Gull (Larus livens) eating clams at low tide in Puerto Don Juan in the Gulf of California (Sea of Cortez), Mexico. These gulls have developed the ingenious ability to dig up clams at low tide on the beach, then carry them over rocks where they drop the clam from the air, breaking them open on the rocks below. This species is enedemic to only the Gulf of California.
979-5921 - Yellow-footed Gull (Larus livens) eating clams at low tide in Puerto Don Juan in the Gulf of California (Sea of Cortez), Mexico. These gulls have developed the ingenious ability to dig up clams at low tide on the beach, then carry them over rocks where they drop the clam from the air, breaking them open on the rocks below. This species is enedemic to only the Gulf of California.
Yellow-footed Gull (Larus livens) eating clams at low tide in Puerto Don Juan in the Gulf of California (Sea of Cortez), Mexico. MORE INFO: These gulls have developed the ingenious ability to dig up clams at low tide on the beach, then carry them over rocks where they drop the clam from the air, breaking them open on the rocks below. This species is enedemic to only the Gulf of California.
979-5935 - Yellow-footed Gull (Larus livens) eating clams at low tide in Puerto Don Juan in the Gulf of California (Sea of Cortez), Mexico. MORE INFO: These gulls have developed the ingenious ability to dig up clams at low tide on the beach, then carry them over rocks where they drop the clam from the air, breaking them open on the rocks below. This species is enedemic to only the Gulf of California.
Yellow-footed Gull (Larus livens) eating clams at low tide in Puerto Don Juan in the Gulf of California (Sea of Cortez), Mexico. MORE INFO: These gulls have developed the ingenious ability to dig up clams at low tide on the beach, then carry them over rocks where they drop the clam from the air, breaking them open on the rocks below. This species is enedemic to only the Gulf of California.
979-5929 - Yellow-footed Gull (Larus livens) eating clams at low tide in Puerto Don Juan in the Gulf of California (Sea of Cortez), Mexico. MORE INFO: These gulls have developed the ingenious ability to dig up clams at low tide on the beach, then carry them over rocks where they drop the clam from the air, breaking them open on the rocks below. This species is enedemic to only the Gulf of California.
Yellow-footed Gull (Larus livens) eating clams at low tide in Puerto Don Juan in the Gulf of California (Sea of Cortez), Mexico. MORE INFO: These gulls have developed the ingenious ability to dig up clams at low tide on the beach, then carry them over rocks where they drop the clam from the air, breaking them open on the rocks below. This species is enedemic to only the Gulf of California.
979-5932 - Yellow-footed Gull (Larus livens) eating clams at low tide in Puerto Don Juan in the Gulf of California (Sea of Cortez), Mexico. MORE INFO: These gulls have developed the ingenious ability to dig up clams at low tide on the beach, then carry them over rocks where they drop the clam from the air, breaking them open on the rocks below. This species is enedemic to only the Gulf of California.
Yellow-footed Gull (Larus livens) eating clams at low tide in Puerto Don Juan in the Gulf of California (Sea of Cortez), Mexico. MORE INFO: These gulls have developed the ingenious ability to dig up clams at low tide on the beach, then carry them over rocks where they drop the clam from the air, breaking them open on the rocks below. This species is enedemic to only the Gulf of California.
979-5937 - Yellow-footed Gull (Larus livens) eating clams at low tide in Puerto Don Juan in the Gulf of California (Sea of Cortez), Mexico. MORE INFO: These gulls have developed the ingenious ability to dig up clams at low tide on the beach, then carry them over rocks where they drop the clam from the air, breaking them open on the rocks below. This species is enedemic to only the Gulf of California.
Yellow-footed Gull (Larus livens) eating clams at low tide in Puerto Don Juan in the Gulf of California (Sea of Cortez), Mexico. MORE INFO: These gulls have developed the ingenious ability to dig up clams at low tide on the beach, then carry them over rocks where they drop the clam from the air, breaking them open on the rocks below. This species is enedemic to only the Gulf of California.
979-5931 - Yellow-footed Gull (Larus livens) eating clams at low tide in Puerto Don Juan in the Gulf of California (Sea of Cortez), Mexico. MORE INFO: These gulls have developed the ingenious ability to dig up clams at low tide on the beach, then carry them over rocks where they drop the clam from the air, breaking them open on the rocks below. This species is enedemic to only the Gulf of California.
Yellow-footed Gull (Larus livens) eating clams at low tide in Puerto Don Juan in the Gulf of California (Sea of Cortez), Mexico. MORE INFO: These gulls have developed the ingenious ability to dig up clams at low tide on the beach, then carry them over rocks where they drop the clam from the air, breaking them open on the rocks below. This species is enedemic to only the Gulf of California.
979-5934 - Yellow-footed Gull (Larus livens) eating clams at low tide in Puerto Don Juan in the Gulf of California (Sea of Cortez), Mexico. MORE INFO: These gulls have developed the ingenious ability to dig up clams at low tide on the beach, then carry them over rocks where they drop the clam from the air, breaking them open on the rocks below. This species is enedemic to only the Gulf of California.
Yellow-footed Gull (Larus livens) eating clams at low tide in Puerto Don Juan in the Gulf of California (Sea of Cortez), Mexico. MORE INFO: These gulls have developed the ingenious ability to dig up clams at low tide on the beach, then carry them over rocks where they drop the clam from the air, breaking them open on the rocks below. This species is enedemic to only the Gulf of California.
979-5933 - Yellow-footed Gull (Larus livens) eating clams at low tide in Puerto Don Juan in the Gulf of California (Sea of Cortez), Mexico. MORE INFO: These gulls have developed the ingenious ability to dig up clams at low tide on the beach, then carry them over rocks where they drop the clam from the air, breaking them open on the rocks below. This species is enedemic to only the Gulf of California.
Yellow-footed Gull (Larus livens) eating clams at low tide in Puerto Don Juan in the Gulf of California (Sea of Cortez), Mexico. These gulls have developed the ingenious ability to dig up clams at low tide on the beach, then carry them over rocks where they drop the clam from the air, breaking them open on the rocks below. This species is enedemic to only the Gulf of California.
979-5930 - Yellow-footed Gull (Larus livens) eating clams at low tide in Puerto Don Juan in the Gulf of California (Sea of Cortez), Mexico. These gulls have developed the ingenious ability to dig up clams at low tide on the beach, then carry them over rocks where they drop the clam from the air, breaking them open on the rocks below. This species is enedemic to only the Gulf of California.
Yellow-footed Gull (Larus livens) eating clams at low tide in Puerto Don Juan in the Gulf of California (Sea of Cortez), Mexico. These gulls have developed the ingenious ability to dig up clams at low tide on the beach, then carry them over rocks where they drop the clam from the air, breaking them open on the rocks below. This species is enedemic to only the Gulf of California.
979-5925 - Yellow-footed Gull (Larus livens) eating clams at low tide in Puerto Don Juan in the Gulf of California (Sea of Cortez), Mexico. These gulls have developed the ingenious ability to dig up clams at low tide on the beach, then carry them over rocks where they drop the clam from the air, breaking them open on the rocks below. This species is enedemic to only the Gulf of California.
Yellow-footed Gull (Larus livens) eating clams at low tide in Puerto Don Juan in the Gulf of California (Sea of Cortez), Mexico. MORE INFO: These gulls have developed the ingenious ability to dig up clams at low tide on the beach, then carry them over rocks where they drop the clam from the air, breaking them open on the rocks below. This species is enedemic to only the Gulf of California.
979-5927 - Yellow-footed Gull (Larus livens) eating clams at low tide in Puerto Don Juan in the Gulf of California (Sea of Cortez), Mexico. MORE INFO: These gulls have developed the ingenious ability to dig up clams at low tide on the beach, then carry them over rocks where they drop the clam from the air, breaking them open on the rocks below. This species is enedemic to only the Gulf of California.
Yellow-footed Gull (Larus livens) eating clams at low tide in Puerto Don Juan in the Gulf of California (Sea of Cortez), Mexico. MORE INFO: These gulls have developed the ingenious ability to dig up clams at low tide on the beach, then carry them over rocks where they drop the clam from the air, breaking them open on the rocks below. This species is enedemic to only the Gulf of California.
979-5938 - Yellow-footed Gull (Larus livens) eating clams at low tide in Puerto Don Juan in the Gulf of California (Sea of Cortez), Mexico. MORE INFO: These gulls have developed the ingenious ability to dig up clams at low tide on the beach, then carry them over rocks where they drop the clam from the air, breaking them open on the rocks below. This species is enedemic to only the Gulf of California.
Yellow-footed Gull (Larus livens) eating clams at low tide in Puerto Don Juan in the Gulf of California (Sea of Cortez), Mexico. MORE INFO: These gulls have developed the ingenious ability to dig up clams at low tide on the beach, then carry them over rocks where they drop the clam from the air, breaking them open on the rocks below. This species is enedemic to only the Gulf of California.
979-5924 - Yellow-footed Gull (Larus livens) eating clams at low tide in Puerto Don Juan in the Gulf of California (Sea of Cortez), Mexico. MORE INFO: These gulls have developed the ingenious ability to dig up clams at low tide on the beach, then carry them over rocks where they drop the clam from the air, breaking them open on the rocks below. This species is enedemic to only the Gulf of California.
Giant Clam Tridacna sp. Gili Islands, Lombok, Indonesia
1004-347 - Giant Clam Tridacna sp. Gili Islands, Lombok, Indonesia
Yellow-footed Gull (Larus livens) eating clams at low tide in Puerto Don Juan in the Gulf of California (Sea of Cortez), Mexico. These gulls have developed the ingenious ability to dig up clams at low tide on the beach, then carry them over rocks where they drop the clam from the air, breaking them open on the rocks below. This species is enedemic to only the Gulf of California.
979-5922 - Yellow-footed Gull (Larus livens) eating clams at low tide in Puerto Don Juan in the Gulf of California (Sea of Cortez), Mexico. These gulls have developed the ingenious ability to dig up clams at low tide on the beach, then carry them over rocks where they drop the clam from the air, breaking them open on the rocks below. This species is enedemic to only the Gulf of California.
Yellow-footed Gull (Larus livens) eating clams at low tide in Puerto Don Juan in the Gulf of California (Sea of Cortez), Mexico. These gulls have developed the ingenious ability to dig up clams at low tide on the beach, then carry them over rocks where they drop the clam from the air, breaking them open on the rocks below. This species is enedemic to only the Gulf of California.
979-5923 - Yellow-footed Gull (Larus livens) eating clams at low tide in Puerto Don Juan in the Gulf of California (Sea of Cortez), Mexico. These gulls have developed the ingenious ability to dig up clams at low tide on the beach, then carry them over rocks where they drop the clam from the air, breaking them open on the rocks below. This species is enedemic to only the Gulf of California.
Yellow-footed Gull (Larus livens) eating clams at low tide in Puerto Don Juan in the Gulf of California (Sea of Cortez), Mexico. These gulls have developed the ingenious ability to dig up clams at low tide on the beach, then carry them over rocks where they drop the clam from the air, breaking them open on the rocks below. This species is enedemic to only the Gulf of California.
979-5926 - Yellow-footed Gull (Larus livens) eating clams at low tide in Puerto Don Juan in the Gulf of California (Sea of Cortez), Mexico. These gulls have developed the ingenious ability to dig up clams at low tide on the beach, then carry them over rocks where they drop the clam from the air, breaking them open on the rocks below. This species is enedemic to only the Gulf of California.
Giant Clam Tridacna sp. Gili Islands, Lombok, Indonesia
1004-351 - Giant Clam Tridacna sp. Gili Islands, Lombok, Indonesia
Giant clam (Tridacna gigas).
1015-38 - Giant clam (Tridacna gigas).
Yellow-footed Gull (Larus livens) eating clams at low tide in Puerto Don Juan in the Gulf of California (Sea of Cortez), Mexico. MORE INFO: These gulls have developed the ingenious ability to dig up clams at low tide on the beach, then carry them over rocks where they drop the clam from the air, breaking them open on the rocks below. This species is enedemic to only the Gulf of California.
979-5928 - Yellow-footed Gull (Larus livens) eating clams at low tide in Puerto Don Juan in the Gulf of California (Sea of Cortez), Mexico. MORE INFO: These gulls have developed the ingenious ability to dig up clams at low tide on the beach, then carry them over rocks where they drop the clam from the air, breaking them open on the rocks below. This species is enedemic to only the Gulf of California.
Yellow-footed Gull (Larus livens) eating clams at low tide in Puerto Don Juan in the Gulf of California (Sea of Cortez), Mexico. MORE INFO: These gulls have developed the ingenious ability to dig up clams at low tide on the beach, then carry them over rocks where they drop the clam from the air, breaking them open on the rocks below. This species is enedemic to only the Gulf of California.
979-5936 - Yellow-footed Gull (Larus livens) eating clams at low tide in Puerto Don Juan in the Gulf of California (Sea of Cortez), Mexico. MORE INFO: These gulls have developed the ingenious ability to dig up clams at low tide on the beach, then carry them over rocks where they drop the clam from the air, breaking them open on the rocks below. This species is enedemic to only the Gulf of California.
Clams, anemones, soft corals and other growth on sunken ship, Truk (Chuuk), Federated States of Micronesia, Caroline Islands, Micronesia, Pacific Ocean, Pacific
935-595 - Clams, anemones, soft corals and other growth on sunken ship, Truk (Chuuk), Federated States of Micronesia, Caroline Islands, Micronesia, Pacific Ocean, Pacific
Horseshoe clam (Hippopus hippopus) mantle detail, Namu Atoll, Marshall Islands, Pacific
920-2368 - Horseshoe clam (Hippopus hippopus) mantle detail, Namu Atoll, Marshall Islands, Pacific
Fluted giant clam (Tridacna squamosa), Rongelap, Marshall Islands, Micronesia, Pacific
920-2355 - Fluted giant clam (Tridacna squamosa), Rongelap, Marshall Islands, Micronesia, Pacific
Horseshoe clam (Hippopus hippopus) on sandy bottom, Namu atoll, Marshall Islands, Pacific
920-2348 - Horseshoe clam (Hippopus hippopus) on sandy bottom, Namu atoll, Marshall Islands, Pacific
Horseshoe clam (Hippopus hippopus) on sandy bottom, Namu atoll, Marshall Islands, Pacific
920-2350 - Horseshoe clam (Hippopus hippopus) on sandy bottom, Namu atoll, Marshall Islands, Pacific
Giant clam (Tridacna sp.), Pohnpei, Federated States of Micronesia, Caroline Islands, Micronesia, Pacific Ocean, Pacific
920-301 - Giant clam (Tridacna sp.), Pohnpei, Federated States of Micronesia, Caroline Islands, Micronesia, Pacific Ocean, Pacific
Giant clam (Tridacna sp) detail of mantle and eyes, Dauin, Negros, Philippines, Southeast Asia, Asia
920-2363 - Giant clam (Tridacna sp) detail of mantle and eyes, Dauin, Negros, Philippines, Southeast Asia, Asia
Giant clam (Tridacna maxima) with encrusting sponge, Rongelap, Marshall Islands, Pacific
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