Conus ebraeus, also known as the Hebrew cone, is a species of sea snail whose shell has a pattern of black and white squares. It is one of the most widely distributed members of its genus and occurs in shallow water, tropical regions throughout the Indo-West and eastern Pacific, from the Red Sea to the shores of the Americas. Conus ebraeus lives near rocky shores, often under boulders. Like all species within the genus Conus, these snails are predatory and venomous.
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