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RE: now link added- Today in the Yard

Hum.. I never knew that!... learn something new everyday.

Anyways the picture can be found here: 


or a more direct link:



> Hi, Ceres. I just realized that I had not responded to your question.
> I'm going to send Donna a picture of an adult lightning whelk shell, a
> string of the egg cases they lay, and--on top of a penny--two baby
> whelk shells that came from one of the cases in the string. The adult
> shell is about 6 inches in diameter.

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