Barnacle shells

Barnacle shells

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Credit: DIRK WIERSMA/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Barnacle shells on a boat's hull. The shells have been bleached white and paint (red) is peeling off the hull of the boat. These are acorn barnacles (Balanus perforatus). Barnacles are crustaceans that attach themselves to surfaces using a strong glue. Photographed in Norway.

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Keywords: animal, balanus perforatus, barnacle, barnacles, biological, biology, boat hull, decay, derelict, europe, european, fauna, invertebrate, invertebrates, many, marine, mollusc, multiple, nature, norway, norwegian, paint, peeling, shell, shells, wildlife, zoological, zoology

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