Mussels are blind. Mussels are immobile. They are essentially  living water pumps, filtering food out of the water as it passes. How these creatures reproduce and colonize new territories is one of natural history's most surprising stories. Subterfuge, mimicry, and enticement; there's a lot going on under the surface. The complexities of the reproductive behavior of freshwater mussels are just now being revealed to science. New discoveries are made every year.

Astonishing adaptations.


Freshwater mussels present a breathtaking display of the beauty and diversity of the natural world.
And for every angler that's ever struggled to lure in a fish, this is something you simply must see!