Facts... about Whelks
Whelks live predominently on rocks or in networks of caves and seperate colonies can reach up to 4,000,000. That's just for one colony!
Whelks don't have hearts. Their entire body is made up of one stand-alone gland.
It is impossible to cross-breed whelks with clams, humans, elks, yaks, shoes, mice and crabs
The world's richest whelk lives in Lucerne, Switzerland. Madame Beau Chateauneufdupape left her £62 million estate to her pet whelk Bob.
A whelks average diet consists of salt, munchies, salt, powdered egg, salt, worcestershire sauce, and salt.
It is impossible for a whelk to operate a fork-lift truck.
You can lead a horse to water, but a whelk must have a calcium carbonate based shell. If it doesn't it is a counterfiet whelk and must be sent to the Society of Whelks And Barnacles (SWAB).