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Glamping in Florida’s Ten Thousand Islands is a beachcomber’s dream.
Get a peek at a collection of tropical shells found in Okinawa and other parts of Japan.
Chiton plates, sometimes called "butterfly shells" come in a variety of blues, purples, pinks, and greens.
Seeing sands under the microscope opens your eyes to the beauty and diversity of sands.
Find a Sphaerocypraea incomparabilis shell and you can retire from shelling!
Enjoy a fun escape to Florida beaches to learn more about the shells and creatures there.
There are museums and exhibits around the world that allow us to explore the world of seashells.
Some ways to celebrate this day devoted to seashells any day of the year.
The ram’s horn squid, or Spirula spirula, is one of the most elusive cephalopods in the world.
Check out these tips that can help you find seashells on the beach.
The cone snail may look small and slow-moving, but it is one of the deadliest animals in the ocean, fatal even to humans.
One of the greatest discoveries for beachcomber Tony Duncan has been finding the wide variety of shells unique to Okinawa.