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By Catherine | 20 November 2009 | No Comments
Published in Press Releases

Thank-you to everyone for helping with our 2009 summer conch survey in the Berry Islands.

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DID YOU KNOW?

conch eggs

Conchs lay hundreds of thousands of tiny eggs in a sandy egg mass. The larvae emerge after 5 days and drift on currents for up to a month before settling to the bottom of the ocean.

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