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    LIfe in a Tide Pool - Mussels and Clams

    Mussels and clams are a very common in tide pools. They are the primary food source for many animals in tide pools including sea stars and predatory snails. They can filter huge amounts of water

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    LIfe in a Tide Pool - Mussels and Clams

    Directed by Kasey Eunice 2015 26 min
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    Mussels are an important part of any tide pool habitat. They are the primary food source for sea stars, predatory snails and many other tide pool animals. They can filter several gallons of water and hour and are great space competitors. Mussels however only seem to live in a narrow band in the tide pool region. Why is this and why do they only seem to live in certain places in the tide pool. On this episode of Life in a Tide Pool, follow the host and local experts as they explore the tide pool at Whites Point and learn the answers to these questions. Visit a local aquarium to learn how they can attach to rocks using Byssal threads. These are tiny threads are stronger than steel and used by the mussels to attached to rocks and sometimes other mussels. Also learn about the types of clams commonly found in tide pools while visiting a local fish market. More information can be found at: http://www.lifeinatidepool.com/mussels-and-clams/ and our California Tide Pool website at: http://californiatidepools.com/mussels-and-clams/

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    LIfe in a Tide Pool - Mussels and Clams

    Mussels are an important part of any tide pool habitat. They are the primary food source for sea stars, predatory snails and many other tide pool animals. They can filter several gallons of water and hour and are great space competitors. Mussels however only seem to live in a narrow band in the tide pool region. Why is this and why do they only seem to live in certain places in the tide pool. On this episode of Life in a Tide Pool, follow the host and local experts as they explore the tide pool at Whites Point and learn the answers to these questions. Visit a local aquarium to learn how they can attach to rocks using Byssal threads. These are tiny threads are stronger than steel and used by the mussels to attached to rocks and sometimes other mussels. Also learn about the types of clams commonly found in tide pools while visiting a local fish market. More information can be found at: http://www.lifeinatidepool.com/mussels-and-clams/ and our California Tide Pool website at: http://californiatidepools.com/mussels-and-clams/

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