Zebra mussels can help a dirty lake, too
I mentioned last week I would comment on the discovery of Zebra Mussels in Pelican Lake. Zebra Mussels are an invasive species that get their name from the striped pattern of their shells. Most are about the size of a thumbnail, but can grow up to 2 inches. They have been in the U.S. since 1988 and appeared first in Lake St. Clair (between the Great Lakes of Huron and Erie). They are in numerous lakes and rivers in Minnesota now.
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