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This is probably a Juvenile, just around 3 cm in shell size, with interesting eyes at the end of stalk, peeking out from its shell.
Sandy bottom, they hide under sands during the day time and come out at night to hunt/feed.
FunFacts : 1) Certain Conch shells have been used as shell money in several cultures. 2) Many different kinds of molluscs can produce pearls. Pearls from the queen conch, S. gigas, are rare and have been collectors' items since Victorian times. Conch pearls occur in a range of hues, including white, brown and orange, with many intermediate shades, but pink is the colour most associated with the conch pearl, such that these pearls are sometimes referred to simply as "pink pearls" 3) Some Conch shells can be used as wind instruments.