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The mollusk biomphalaria glabrata is a freshwater snail that has a protective shell. The biomaterial shell is composed of calcium carbonate and some matrix proteins. Because the freshwater can reproduce asexually or sexually, the snail can choose to mate or not. It can be found in lakes, swamps, and streams in South America. With only 18 chromosomes, it is consider to have a simple genome.
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