The quagga mussel population has grown to such a level that it could have devastating consequences for animals and humans alike. The Invasive Species Centre’s Sarah Rang spoke with CTV Your Morning to discuss the impact of these invasive mussels, what they are doing to our Great Lakes, and what we can do to help prevent their spread.
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