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21 July 2014 - 04:42 PMA non-boating friend asked me how the zebra mussels were and I said that they don't appear to be as big of an issue as they used to be. But I couldn't tell her why they seemed to be less prevalent.
So did their population expand so much that they wiped out their food source? Or did something new come in and start eating them?
Any know? Just curious.
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