Also known as Cone, Cone Shell, Eburneus Cone, Hebrew Cone Shell, Ivory Cone Shell.
Found half buried, or on shallow, sandy bottoms, of sub-tidal reef flats.
They feed nocturnally on fish and worms.
Length - 7.9cm
Depth - 1-65m
Widespread Indo-West Pacific
Conids have smooth cone shaped shells often very colourful.
They kill their prey by discharging their proboscis at great speed like a harpoon, then a venom is released and so paralysing their victim.
Extremely venomous to humans, may cause death, should not be handled!!
NO ANTI-VENOM!! Ref: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Conus_eburneus