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Posted
03/26/2014
Endangered Freshwater Mussels in Kentucky (11:50)
Partner: Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife

Overview

Freshwater mussels are vital to the ecosystem of our streams. Often, they are the first indicator that a stream is becoming unhealthy. Join Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife biologists as they raise mussels in a fish lab to be released into Kentucky's streams.

Last updated: March 26, 2014