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    What Lives In A Shell? Second Grade Science
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You live in an  apartment or house.  That’s your home. Your home keeps  you safe and warm.
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Birds build  nests. Nests keep  them safe and  warm.
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Bears live in caves. Caves keep bears  safe and warm.
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Some animals live in shells.  These shells keep them safe and warm. But what animals live in shells?
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Shells  Many different kinds of animals have  shells. Shells are hard, smooth and hollow. Shells are light-weight so the animal  can carry them. They use them for protection from other  animals. They also use them to live in.
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Clams, oysters and scallops  do! Clams and oysters grow  two hard shells that are  almost alike. The two  shells are connected by  a hinge.  Sometime you can find  a pearl in an oyster  shell.  Clams, oysters and  scallops are good to  eat. 
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Crabs do!
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