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(New page: An oyster is any species of a large family of bivalve molluscs. Typically oysters have irregularly shaped shells and live in brackish water. Oysters have been cultivate...)
 
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An oyster is any species of a large family of [[bivalve]] [[molluscs]]. Typically oysters have irregularly shaped [[shells]] and live in [[brackish]] [[water]]. Oysters have been cultivated for centuries by humans, and are enjoyed cooked or raw.
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An '''oyster''' is any species of a large family of [[bivalve]] [[molluscs]]. Typically oysters have irregularly shaped [[shells]] and live in [[brackish]] [[water]]. Oysters have been cultivated for centuries by humans, and are enjoyed cooked or raw.
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Revision as of 23:58, 11 June 2008

An oyster is any species of a large family of bivalve molluscs. Typically oysters have irregularly shaped shells and live in brackish water. Oysters have been cultivated for centuries by humans, and are enjoyed cooked or raw.