BlogBits™: Conch

March 27, 2023

BlogBits™: Conch

Conch shells are actually the homes of a species of sea snails. The shells are used after the animal abandons it or dies as home décor, musical instruments and elsewhere. Queen conchs grow their shells about twelve inches long and while alive they eat algae. Conchs are fed upon by other sea snails and by octopi, crustaceans, sea turtles and fish. Most females lay several groups of eggs per breading season equaling as many as 4,140,000 eggs! 

Our conch shell cabinet knobs are available here: Conch Shell Collection.

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