Razor clamming is closed along the Oregon Coast.

The Oregon Department of Agriculture and the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife announced the closure on Friday after samples showed the marine biotoxin domoic acid exceeded the closure limit.

The state recommended people throw away and not eat razor clams harvested since Nov. 16.

Mussel, bay clam and crab harvesting remains open.

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