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Do canned oysters have poop in them?

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Yes, yes they do. Oysters expel both real poop AND pseudofeces, which are particles of non-food things in their food.

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    1) Scallops Can Swim! They do this by clapping their shells quickly together, moving a jet of water past the shell hinges which propels them forward. Unlike other bivalves like mussels and clams, most scallops are free-swimming however, some do attach themselves to things or bury themselves in the sand.

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