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The Rose Branch Murex, also known as Chicus ramosus, is a species of predatory sea snail that belongs to the family Muricidae. These snails are typically found in the Indo-Pacific region, inhabiting shallow waters and coral reefs. The shell of the Rose Branch Murex is striking, typically showcasing shades of pink, red, and brown, with prominent, spiky protrusions and intricate patterns. As carnivorous creatures, they feed on other mollusks and marine invertebrates. Their beautiful shells make them popular among shell collectors, and they play a role in the ecological balance of their marine habitats.


size: 73*41*20 mm

weight: 72g

Rose Branch Murex

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