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Do razor clams have a heart?

Asked: Eli Klabough, Date Created:

The Body. A Pacific razor clam has a mouth, a heart, kidneys, gills and an anus, but no head or eyes. Two short siphons are connected to the gills. ... A razor clam has a compressed foot that can extend from the side, pushing into the sediment.

FAQ

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    There isn't a magic number that defines a school. However, in the wild schools of fish are generally quite large, often numbering in the hundreds or even thousands. In captivity, schooling fish need to have at least four to six to create a comfortable school.

  • Is cut perch good catfish bait?

    Cut bait is a very popular catfish bait and widely considered to be one of the best catfish baits available for blue catfish and larger channel catfish. Cut bait is rarely used for flathead catfish as flatheads most often prefer live bait (there are some exceptions though).

  • Are catfish nuggets bad for you?

    In addition to being low in calories and sodium, catfish is packed with protein, healthy fats, vitamins, and minerals. Catfish is a low calorie, high protein seafood that's a great source of nutrients, including vitamin B12, selenium, and omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids.

  • What water temperature can tilapia survive?

    Tilapia thrive in water temperatures between 60-80 degrees F preferring the 80 degree end of the scale; but they are usually raised in temperatures between 72-74 degrees F to better serve the plants. They are also easy to breed; and they grow to maturity faster than most other cultured fish.

  • Why can't a fish breathe out of water?

    Fish out of water usually aren't very happy. Fish can start to suffocate out of water, because they need water to breathe; similarly, humans can get into danger if they inhale water, because our lungs work with air. ... Water has oxygen too. Fish get the oxygen their bodies need by pumping water over their gills.

  • What part of razor clams can you eat?

    Don't forget to remove the 'foot' of the clam before eating, and to cut out the central dark intestinal tract, leaving only the firm white clam meat. Make sure you don't overcook the clams, as they can become tough quite quickly.

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