Multitude of shells

As a sequel to the previous post on Bostryx, today a picture that I took last year at Lomas de Atocongo, near Lima, Peru. As you may see, many, many shells; no living specimens were found here, but they hide in the vegetation covered parts of the lomas where they hibernate during most of the year. The shells must have been blown by the wind into this desert-like part and accumulated over time.


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