Friday, September 2, 2011


Picture Day Friday


Cowrie Shells are the shells of small and large sea snails that are shaped like an egg and are rather flat on the underside. These shells have historically been used as currency in several parts of the world, as well as being used very extensively in jewelery and for other decorative and ceremonial purposes.

Image Copyrighted by Nicholas Reynard for the National Geographic


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