" I got a Clam! Anyone for Chowder? "

  • Sells for 300 bells .
  • Obtainable only by diving in September through April, anytime of day.

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" Bivalves shaped like chestnuts, they live in shallow water and hide in sand when predators approach. They secrete a viscous liquid that gets pulled along by the current and enables long-distance travel. They are popular both roasted in the shell and cooked in a variety of soups and chowders. "

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