Scottish shellfish reef could be largest in the world

12/27/2012 | Our Amazing Planet

A reef filled with rare saltwater clams discovered off the west coast of Scotland could be the largest in the world, the Scottish government says. The 4½ square miles of reef in Loch Alsh likely contains more than 100 million flame shells, which are known for their bright orange tentacles attached to pairs of shells.

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