Amazing capture of a Solen Marginatus!
In this video we see a capture. This is the capture of a specimen of Solen Marginatus, which is nothing more than a razor clam. This clam lives from a few metres to over 20 meters deep in the sand and is almost invisible. Its presence can be detected only by the ends of forming two siphons visible holes in the sand. The man in the video identifies the two holes in the sand and salt poured on them and adds a bit of seawater. After a while emerges from the hole, something long and gelatinous an almost transparent color. Suddenly the whole clam comes out and the man pulls it out of the sand with your hands. Usually these molluscs are caught with dredges turbo blowers, which penetrate for about 20-25 cm in the sandy bottom. The commercial interest for these molluscs is very high since they are a delicacy in the gastronomic field.
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