Ten pearls found in oyster


Ten pearls in Dutch oyster

Translated from regional TV Omroep Zeeland in the Netherlands today:

YERSEKE – It is more common for people to find one pearl in an oyster. Even two pearls is not unique, but ten pearls in one oyster had never seen at the fish shop in Yerseke. But that was exactly what was found this Saturday during the Mussel Day in Yerseke.

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