Conus Striatus
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Conus Striatus

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Description

Conus Striatus shell specimen from 1972, found in Bohol in the Philippines. Beautiful, but highly venomous, carnivorous, and predatory – the conus immobilizes its prey with its proboscis, a small harpoon-like, tongue-like tooth, that darts out and injects its potent toxin.

Sizing + Details

This piece is vintage.
Piece is approximately 5" x 2.5".

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Conus Striatus
Conus Striatus
Conus Striatus
Conus Striatus
Conus Striatus
Conus Striatus