Mussels - Seascapes of Southern California
Mussels connect themselves to a rock or other substrate and cannot move or hunt for food. To protect themselves from hungry predators, mussels live in large groups called “mussel beds”. At low tide mussels close their shells tightly with water inside to protect their soft bodies from drying out.
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