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 Art fun with shells. First play a game to find six hidden shells, then browse a gallery of shells that you can paint and color. Wonderful photographs of many different types of shells trapezium horse conch, scallop, tun, Babylon, and
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Art fun with shells. First play a game to find six hidden shells, then browse a gallery of shells that you can paint and color. Wonderful photographs of many different types of shells: trapezium horse conch, scallop, tun, Babylon, and more.

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