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The conch builds its own shell out of calcium carbonate that it gets from the ocean.
The conch builds its own shell out of calcium carbonate that it gets from the ocean. How does a conch know that it needs to build a shell, and how does it know how to build its shell? This information was given to the conch kind at creation. Information has to come from a source of intelligence, and that source is the all-knowing Creator God.
CLASS: Gastropoda (gastropods, slugs, and snails)
FAMILY: Strombidae (true conchs)
GENUS/SPECIES: Strombus gigas
Size: 6–12 in (15–30.5 cm)
Weight: Average 4.4 lbs (2 kg)
Diet: Seagrasses, algae, organic debris
Habitat: Shallows of semi-tropical and tropical waters of the Caribbean