The Pacific Geoduck (scientific name Panopea generosa) is a species of very large or some would say, long, edible saltwater clam.
The Geoduck, which awkwardly resembles a giant waterlogged penis, is found on the coastal waters of western Canada and the northwest United States.
There’s no beating around the bush here. This clam looks like a humongous merman’s willy.
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The Geoduck, pronounced “”gooey-duck”, is practically a citizenship test for Northwesterners.
Geoduck farming has created an $80-million industry in the US. The oversized clam exports to China and sells at a high market value of around $33 per kilo.
It’s quite an eye opener, due to it’s resemblance to the male appendage. The Geoduck is also really interesting though. The clam is one of the longest-living animals of any type.
The oldest Panopea generosa has been recorded at 168 years old. (This has been Fact Checked)