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Q: Why do bivalves that burrow in soft sediments need siphons?
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Where do bivalves live?

Bivalves, such as clams, oysters, and mussels, can be found in marine, freshwater, and even some terrestrial environments. They typically live buried in sediment or attached to rocks or other substrates in bodies of water.

Why oyster and mussel not need to shed there shells?

Mussels do not shed their shells. They are bivalves and all bivalves just grow larger by adding material to their shells as they get older.

How do seashells get their food?

You need to be more specific . . . How do bivalves get their food ? or, How do mollusca get their food ?

Why do bivalves don't need food scraping structures?

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Can you use paper towel for a rat's bedding?

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