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World’s Oldest Animal Nearly as Old as Columbus Landing
In a major scientific faux pas, scientists have discovered that they not only killed the world’s oldest creature, they also incorrectly dated it...
Hot, Salted Clam Cakes: A Reason to Live
As an Abenaki, and proud of it, I wanted to revisit some old favorite foods and relive the thrill of those first mouthfuls...
Dale Carson Recounts a Legend of the Guardian of Seafood Bounty
Dale Carson A northwest legend tells of a girl who dropped a clam from a small boat and went in after it, the water reaching up to her waist...
Puget Sound Treasure: Washington Tribes Turn Clams into Cash in Asian Market
Tribes surrounding Puget Sound dive into deep waters and plow the marine floors for geoducks –the world’s largest clams, which bury their long necks in the sand, and are considered...