What is NOT a type of seashell found on Florida beaches?

What is NOT a type of seashell found on Florida beaches?

Scallop
Conch
Sand Dollar
Crookle

Shell hunters are likely to find scallops, conchs, and, if they’re lucky, sand dollars — especially in Florida, home to America’s most renowned shelling beaches. Stumbling upon the Conus Glorianus, the world’s rarest seashell, is by far the luckiest find of all.

Answer: The correct answer is Crookle.

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