||Green poplar wood box with transparent methacrylate sliding lid.|
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|Number of pieces
||23.0x14.5x5.0 cm (Exhibitor)|
|piece size||2.0-3.0 cm (presentation in a 4x4 cm cardboard box)|
A shell is a hard, rigid, outer covering possessed by certain animals. This cover is used to defend itself against predators and to protect the organs and soft parts of the animal. There are many shapes, sizes and colors.
With this didactic collection, you will learn some of the most typical specimens and the seas and oceans to which they belong!
The specimens from all over the world have been carefully selected to represent a varied sample of molluscs and echinoderms, according to their shape and color. They are presented in a robust natural wood box with interchangeable boxes. Ideal as an educational gift for children who want to experience the differences between bivalve molluscs, gastropods and echinoderms.
The Collection Includes 15 Representative Samples of the following Shells:
Chicoreus virgineus - Red Sea, Architectonica perspective - West Indian, Cypraea carneola - West Indo-Pacific, Sea Urchin - Bay of Biscay, Conus miliaris - West Indian, Lima Lima - West Pacific, Conus maldivus - Maldives, Trochus nacar - O. Indian, Pecten pallium - O. Indo-Pacific, Polinices tumidus - O. Indian, Oliva funebralis - O. Western Pacific, Biplex perca - O. Western Pacific, Strombus urceus - Philippine Islands, Cypraea pyriformis - O. Indo-Pacific and Cantharus tranquebaricus - W. Indian.
The pieces you receive may differ slightly from the photo shown, as the samples are natural and no piece is identical. The size is approximate.