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Reproduction of sea shells and mollusks
Adult sea shells cannot move normally.
Mollusks or sea shells with hard shells cannot be fertilized: there are both male and female shells.
Most types of shells or mollusks are firmly attached to the ground. Therefore, they cannot be brought together to reproduce.
To ensure that the reproduction of sea shells works, these animals do not live individually, but mostly together, in colonies.
Female mollusks release egg cells into the water, and male animals release sperm into the water as well. Because of the ocean current and because egg cells and semen do not have to travel long distances to meet, they bond.
Mollusk or conch larvae emerge from the cells of the fertilized egg.