‘She sells sea shells by the sea shore’ is a terrible business model.

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This rhyme came about because of a woman who sold dinosaur fossils. Her name was Mary Anning. 🌈The more you know


It’s actually quite genius depending on the location. Look at any tourist beach hotspot and you will find surf shops selling…. Seashells! I gladly buy locally sourced seashells from them. I don’t have to dig for them, get possibly wet, or get sand in-between my toes.


But the value of these shells will fall,


Inspired by an actual person, Mary Anning.


Her parents own the sea shore, and her uncle is in politics and made it illegal to pick up or remove sea shells outside the family business.