One obsession begets another: A biologist yearns to discover the secrets of Watts Towers’ shells

Thursday, January 24, 2019 - 10:20 in Biology & Nature

Thirteen miles from the coast, marine biologist Bruno Pernet found himself surrounded by concrete, asphalt and an assortment of roughly 10,000 seashells. There were the iridescent shells of black abalone, the chalky shells of California Venus clams, and the sun-bleached shells of Pismo clams. None...

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