A relative of the trumpet triton but thicker and heavier, Frog Shells live in warm waters beneath the coral where they happily feed on marine worms. You’d be lucky to see a frog shell though as they blend in to their surroundings to become virtually invisible to the naked or marine worm eye! Why frogshell? Well, the chestnut and mid brown patterns on the shells do resemble the skin of some frogs. These really are one of the ocean’s most beautiful creations and will look stunning in any room of your home. All sustainable sourced and governed by CITES. Additional photo of the back of the seashell too. My wife likes them on show this way rather than showing the front of the seashell – there you go!