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The gumboot chiton (Cryptochiton stelleri), also called the Great Pacific Chiton, is a mollusk of class Polyplacophora. Most recognizable by its physical appearance (which has earned it its nickname, the “wandering meatloaf”), C. stelleri is a fairly common sight in tide pools and shallows around the northern regions of the Pacific Rim. (1)

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