Millions of the little mollusks have been popping up on local beaches. The tiny bean clams are drawing residents and tourists alike to the beaches to see how they are spread out all over the sand. Local scientists say the clams live under the sand on the coast and occasionally come up to the surface.
The widespread surfacing is something that only happens once of twice a decade and dates back to the 1800's.
While the clams have now seemed to disappear, scientists say they've only gone back into the sand.