Laver spire shells are small but important. They are food for many animals. Furthermore, their droppings glue sand and mud together, contributing to the stability of the sea floor. Laver spire shells can crawl and during high tide, even float. By making a slime bubble on the underside of the shell, they hang in an upside down position under the water surface and drift with the wind and waves.
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