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MOLLUSKS. By Kassidee Sayers . Looks like. Mollusks are slimy and bendy creatures that have no backbone (invertebrate) Mollusks have no legs, they have tentacles to move around. Some mollusks have shells. Mollusks can be all different colours. . HABITAT.

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Mollusks

MOLLUSKS

By Kassidee Sayers


Looks like

Looks like

  • Mollusks are slimy and bendy creatures that have no backbone (invertebrate)

  • Mollusks have no legs, they have tentacles to move around. Some mollusks have shells.

  • Mollusks can be all different colours.


Habitat

HABITAT

  • Mollusks live in the ocean and in our gardens.

  • Mollusks like moist areas and that is because they burrow under sand, rocks and mud.

  • Mollusks can be found throughout the world.


Mollusks

diet

  • Big mollusks eat little mollusks.

  • Mollusks like to eat small fish and insects that swim around.

  • Plants, soft leaves and vegetables are also a part of their diet.


Interesting facts

Interesting facts

  • Mollusks can change their colour if they know an enemy is coming and they are going to be attacked by another creature. They can also change their shapes and sizes.

  • Mollusks comes from the Latin word meaning “soft”.

  • Clams, Oysters, Octopus, Snails, Conchs and Slugs are all mollusks.

  • Shells on some mollusks are their homes and the shell also protects them from danger.


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