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What Is a Baby Clam Called?

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A baby clam is known as a larva or a chiton. A clam is a type of sea-creature species of marine bivalve molluscs. They belong to the kingdom animalia and the phylum mollusca. It has kidneys, a mouth, an anus and a heart though sometimes they may not have eyes.
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