Molluscan Species include soft invertebrates that belong to, or anatomically resemble the species belonging to the class Mollusca; which notably includes Bivalves (with hinged shells), Gastropods (snail, slug, whelk-like creatures) and Cephalopods (with a prominent head and several tentacles). Mollusks and mollusk-like species usually have a soft body, unsegmented and without skeleton. They often possess slimy skin and tentacles, and may or may not have a shell.

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