Eggs in argentinian shores are from a snail

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The eggs that appear on the shores of Argentina and Uruguay belong to snails. When they are washed ashore, they are eaten by birds.

The egg capsules of <em>Adelomelon brasiliana</em>, a large snail, float freely, but sometimes end up beached.


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