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Old 18-06-2010, 00:16   #1
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Mussel-Eating Mackerel

This was found at my family's boatyard. Weird. He thought he was getting a snack.
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Old 18-06-2010, 01:13   #2
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wow thats freaky was the mussel still on what ever it was clinging too or was it just floating in the water ? cheers andy
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That's something that doesn't happen often! Most fish react well enough to swim away when the mussel closes. Either that fish wasn't very aware or it was very hungry!
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It looks more like a mackerel-eating mussel...
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that is wierd, i once saw a small kingsnake eating a cotton mouth twice it's size.
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