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Queen Cleopatra and the mysterious snails of Volubilis
Vol 1 No 2 (2020): Blog Biología Tropical
Published: Jul 15, 2020
Windswept in the middle of a forgotten valley in North Africa, an ancient city bears the curious name of Volubilis. Volubilis exists thanks to a love story that almost everyone has heard of, that of Antony and Cleopatra. And its ruins are home to something that should not be there: a snail that seems to be made of marble.