invertebrates in the Mollusca phylum; these animals have a soft, unsegmented body and are bilaterally symmetrical. Most have a muscular foot, calcareous shell, and gills. This phyla includes terrestrial as well as fresh and salt water forms. Common examples are clams, snails, slugs, and octopuses.
Sea animals usually with no shell, that have no backbone
Animals with a soft body and often a hard shell. Most live in water, but a few are found on land. Examples: clams, snails, squid, octopi
An animal phylum that includes bivalves ( mussels), snails, slugs, and nudibranches.
Class of invertebrates in the animal kingdom that includes slugs, mussels and squid
Invertebrates with soft bodies usually inside a shell, for example, clams, oysters, and mussels
Pertaining to the phylum Mollusca, including chitons, tusk shells, oysters, snails, slugs, nudibranchs, squid and octopuses.
soft bodied, shelled animals such as clams, oysters, nudibraches and octopi (the latter two have either small remnant shell within their bodies or an embryonic shell)
invertebrate animals, including a variety of marine, fresh water and terrestrial snails; clams, oysters, mussels, scallops; squids, octopus, pearly nautilus, as well as the many extinct varieties.
A group of soft-bodied invertebrates that includes snails, clams and squids. Most mollusks have some sort of hard external shell.
invertebrate animals, most of which have calcium carbonate shells, such as clams.