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File:CSIRO ScienceImage 2853 A Bivalvia Scallop.jpg

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English: This mollusk, the scallop, is of the class Bivalvia. Bivalvia, as their name suggests, have two shell plates that are bilateral. Most bivalves are filter-feeders, with gills having both the function of food collection and gas exchange.
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