White camia craft shells at a craft size – approximately 3 cms each. Excellent just to scatter or for craft work as a very light seashell. The common name is “white snail” and these are found along coast lines in South East Asia. There are several species of these and we also have the brown camia shells. These live in huge colonies and drift with the currents occasionally being blown ashore in vast numbers. Sea snails are usually totally blind and the colourings are protective belnding with their surroundings ( same the world over! ). They feed off small jelly fish. Aren’t the shells of many molluscs among the most beautiful of the earth’s creations? We are here to advise, please text 07711247762 for any advice.