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12/10/15 - The Incredible American Eel

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from the article: "In recent years, it has been proven that our slimy friends play a much larger role in the food web than once believed. A recent study conducted in the Susquehanna River Basin and Delaware River found that freshwater river mussels use the American eel as a host to transport their larvae upstream where they are able to establish themselves. These mussels naturally filter millions of gallons of water per day and also serve as a food source for many other critters."


i never knew that. mussels are essential for rivers and streams. they are natures natural filtration system. 


booneincrunket that is one hell of an eel. i would definitely do a repo mount on that. 

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