Paulette Carabelli special to the eagle
The shell on the left is a lightning whelk, which is a left-handed shell. On the right is a close cousin, the horse conch, which is a right-handed shell. The lightning whelk is common in our shallow coastal waters.

Paulette Carabelli special to the eagle The shell on the left is a lightning whelk, which is a left-handed shell. On the right is a close cousin, the horse conch, which is a right-handed shell. The lightning whelk is common in our shallow coastal waters.

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