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Fresh and healthy! But is there a possibility that someone might be poisoned if there is too much exposure to the sun?

Good question. I'm no expert, but it looks as though phyto-toxins occur only in certain parts of the world where abalone feed on particular types of seaweed. Japanese abalone seem particularly prone to it, and certain regions of Australia.

I hope one day, we will be receiving a educational field trip on that abalone plantation. I want my students to experience and learn something from what they see.

Thanks, I'm going to have nightmares tonight.

In our next vacation we all will make a educational trip from office to Cayucos Abalone Farm. I hope this trip will be effective for us to improve our knowledge. Thanks.

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