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Moon Snail

Neverita duplicata

Description:

We generally call this a cat's eye or it can also be called a shark's eye. This was from high school and did not take a picture of the shell, but this is when one of the small rivers was filled up naturally by the weather so when we went to the beach they got stranded during high tide so we moved them to the water. Beautiful creatures.

Habitat:

Coastline/estuary in the east of Florida.

Notes:

Picture was taken in St. Augustine, FL.

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2 Comments

Rosa Maria
Rosa Maria 5 years ago

Thanks!

Neil Ross
Neil Ross 5 years ago

Now that is what I call a snail! Awesome spotting, Rosa.

Rosa Maria
Spotted by
Rosa Maria

Florida, USA

Spotted on Feb 8, 2009
Submitted on Jun 27, 2015

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