A woman vj is a creative construction with strong imaginative or aesthetic appeal. And, until now, you’d have never imagined that a shellfish shares such creativity.
Well, there are many food and unexpected items in the world that have a striking resemblance with a woman’s vj but, few of such items can contest with oyster’s uninviting appearance and the general “unpleasantly sticky” vj factor.
Though the saltwater or freshwater animal seems uninviting, it is uniquely tasty. I mean, that makes the likeness between it and a vj more vivid and far from accidental.
Again, Oyster shells are often oval or pear-shaped but have varying forms depending on what they attach to. Their shells have extremely strong adductor muscles which they usually close up when they are threatened.
With the physical resemblances and many other attributes, the similarities between them cannot be stretched too far.
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I bet you now want to know more about these vj-like creatures huh? Well, Oysters are classified in shellfish family.
Shellfish is a culinary and fisheries term for exoskeleton-bearing aquatic invertebrates. These animals including various species of molluscs, crustaceans, and echinoderms serve as food.
Most types of shellfish are usually gotten from saltwater environments while some can be gotten from the freshwater environment. However, some other species dwell on land like land crabs (Cardisoma guanhumi in the Caribbean).
True oysters, which come from Ostreidae family, lives in world’s oceans, normally in shallow waters and in colonies known as beds or reefs.
The most-known are the Eastern American oyster (Crassostrea virginica), found in Atlantic waters from Canada to Argentina, and the Pacific oyster (Crassostrea gigas), found from Japan to Washington state and as far south as Australia.
Some types of shellfish (crustaceans in particular) are very related to insects and arachnids. For that reason, they are classified as phylum Arthropoda. Meanwhile, Cephalopods (squids, octopi, cuttlefish) and bivalves (clams, oysters) are molluscs, as are snails and slugs.
Oysters feed by extracting algae and other food particles from the water. They are almost constantly drawing over their gills, and reproduce when the water warms by broadcast spawning.
Interestingly, they do change gender once or more during their lifetime. Don’t be naughty, that doesn’t mean they’ll transform and be like the human penis.