Now, imagine us making our bones or our teeth, or imagine an abalone making a shell.
They ate fruit salad with honey dressing as well as salmon and abalone.
It is in fact equivalent to the return rate for abalone report cards.
Recently, artificial seedlings have been released to enhance the abalone fisheries.
abalone creel surveys based on interviews with fishermen have recently shown indications of declining abalone populations.
Squid belong to the same group of animals as clams, scallops, oysters and abalone.
British Dictionary definitions for abalone
any of various edible marine gastropod molluscs of the genus Haliotis, having an ear-shaped shell that is perforated with a row of respiratory holes. The shells are used for ornament or decoration Also called ear shell See also ormer