Category: Clam

Can clams live in fresh water?

July 16, 2021, 23:12, asked: Gregg Thomas

The majority of species of bivalve molluscs live in the sea, but in addition, a number of different families live in freshwater (and in some cases also in brackish water). These families belong to two different evolutionary lineages (freshwater mussels and freshwater clams), and the two groups are not closely related....

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How long can you leave clams soaking in water?

July 16, 2021, 22:03, asked: Alexandre Durocher

Even an hour will help. But you can purge your clams as long as there is oxygen in your seawater. Leave your clams too long, and they suffocate and die. Overnight is what I normally do with a 50-clam limit of Western littlenecks and 4 to 10 horseneck or Washington clams....

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Is clam juice safe to drink?

July 16, 2021, 20:50, asked: claverie ponet

The clam juice is mainly just for taste or color addition but it actually has some antioxidants and health benefits. As legend has it, a shot of clam juice a day will help strengthen your immune system and lower your risks of common infections....

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Does a clam have legs?

July 16, 2021, 19:26, asked: Mary Elmer Smith

Actually they don't have legs but they do have a foot so they can move around. Dragging themselves around, not hopping....

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How old are clams when harvested?

July 16, 2021, 17:54, asked: Igor

Growth rates are dependent on water temperature and vary among beaches. A 4.5-inch (11.4-centimeter) clam could be from 5 to 9 years old. Along the central coast of California, clams are estimated to reach 4.5-inches (11.4-centimeters) between ages 7 and 8.”...

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What does salt do to razor clams?

July 16, 2021, 17:05, asked: Thomas Le Gresley

100ppt concentrated salt solution affects the cilia function in the gills and it also disturbs the cell membranes. ... Razor clams cannot tolerate the highly concentrated solution so they are forced to move to an area of less concentration. They do this by leaving their burrows to escape to normal seawater....

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Why do clams spit out water?

July 16, 2021, 16:24, asked: Mike Patterson

Clams are filter feeders. The reason they have sand and grit in them is because they live buried in sand or mud. ... These horse clams spit excess water that gathers around them and launch it into the air....

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Are clams in a can already cooked?

July 16, 2021, 15:47, asked: Brunda Scoot

Canned clams are already perfectly cooked, so adding them to favorite meals helps get dinner on the table quickly. ... Canned clams taste sweet and salty at the same time. Adding a can of tender clams to much-loved Italian-American dishes is an easy way to eat more seafood....

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Can you eat clams from a freshwater lake?

July 16, 2021, 15:45, asked: Lucas Lothian

Can you eat freshwater clams? The answer is yes. As long as they are harvested and prepared carefully, they are safe to eat. ... Remember, it's always better to be safe than sorry, so make sure to harvest and prepare freshwater clams carefully before eating them....

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How long can clams live in freshwater?

July 16, 2021, 15:34, asked: Paradise Point CA

6 months Freshwater Clam Lifespan With a little luck, a Freshwater Clam can live 6 months or more....

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