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Aphrodite: Goddess of Love and Beauty
The goddess of beauty and love was formed out of the foam that was created when Uranus’s castrated genitals were thrown out of the sea of Paphos near Cyprus by the Titan Cronus.
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Sea shell blowing contest takes place in Florida
The age old tradition of conch shell blowing is alive and well in Key West, Florida. Nearly 30 participants took part in an annual competition to make music with the giant seashell that stretches back over 50 years.
Seashell Danger in Lake Powell
A new danger is lurking on the shorelines of Lake Powell. Recent low lake levels have uncovered large numbers of quagga mussels and have left them deposited along the lake's scenic beaches. Quagga mussels are known to have extremely sharp shells ...
Beware! If You See This 'Glass Seashell' on the Beach, Don't Pick It Up (PHOTOS)
Known as a Portuguese man-of-war, the creature looks almost like a delicate glass seashell. In reality it is a jellyfish-like siphonophore, and its tentacles can typically be up to 165-feet-long.
Adorable Adoptables: Meet Sweet Seashell, A Loving & Friendly Pup!
Seashell is a “throwaway mama”. She was found as a stray, completely engorged with milk as she most likely had her puppies days before she was thrown away. This poor girl has been through more than any mom should have to, and now thanks to the Town ...
Accountancy firm HURST adds muscle to Seashell Trust
HURST partner and director of practice development Simon Brownbill said: “Seashell Trust does amazing work with children and young people who have some of the most complex needs and disabilities in society and have little or no ability to communicate.

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