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  • Arye Paran

    Into the blue

  • Andor Verschuren

    Blue Clams | by Alex Cearns. Yes, their lips really are those crazy colors, with many other awesome and unique variations. These are Giant Clams, Tridacna gigas, and often live to be 100 years or more. T gigas is on the endangered species list.

  • E K

    #Blue Clams #ocean #sea life

  • V Woodworth-Petrick

    Blue clams... Mother Nature!

  • Annelise Davidsen

    BLUE LIPPED CLAMS (Tridacna maxima) - gorgeous color! fairphantom: Onexposure - - Photo: Blue Clams by Alex Cearns (via fairphantom-deactivated20100419) :o pinned with Bazaart

  • Candace Lockwood

    Sunday brunch (60 photos) - sunday-brunch-45

  • Aquarium Architecture

    Blue Clams. The ocean has the most beautiful, unique life. #sea #seacreatures #aquariumarchitecture

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