A Guy Pours Salt On The Beach And A Razor Clam Comes Out Of The Ground

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Clams have been eaten for possibly hundreds of thousands of years. Discoveries by scientists in South African caves pinpoint clam-eating as among the earliest examples of modern behavior. This information will not come as a surprise to anyone that enjoys eating clams.

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As tradition sometimes contains the best knowledge, particularly when it comes to food, eating clams is likely to be as healthy as it is enjoyable. But before clams can be eaten, they must first be caught. For anyone who’s gone clamming, you’ll understand what an exhausting endeavor it tends to be.

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Harvesting clams takes a bit of a different strategy than how we get a majority of our seafood. Depending on the size of the catch, fishing can vary in difficulty, but most of us think of fishing as a more leisurely and relaxing activity. However, when it comes to clam digging, it can be a lot more strenuous work.

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Clams live below the surface of tidal sand flats or mud flats sometimes reside closer to the surface particularly when they’re feeding usually on plankton or organic matter. There are a variety of ways a clammer will go about their digging, some using a long-handled spading fork or shovel. But Mark Clark posted a video in which he came up with the most extraordinary way to go clamming and it’s practically effortless!

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Harvesting clams takes a bit of a different strategy than how we get a majority of our seafood. Depending on the size of the catch, fishing can vary in difficulty, but most of us think of fishing as a more leisurely and relaxing activity. However, when it comes to clam digging, it can be a lot more strenuous work.

Clams live below the surface of tidal sand flats or mud flats sometimes reside closer to the surface particularly when they’re feeding usually on plankton or organic matter. There are a variety of ways a clammer will go about their digging, some using a long-handled spading fork or shovel. But Mark Clark posted a video in which he came up with the most extraordinary way to go clamming and it’s practically effortless!

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Click ‘Next Page’ to watch the crazy video of clamming made easy, and don’t forget to SHARE with your facebook friends.

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