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The district and its partners worked hand-in-hand to place federally endangered mussels along the Mississippi River in Pool 2, Aug. 17. The team is trying to propel the growth of endangered species in other areas within Minnesota beyond the St. Croix River. The endangered species include the Higgins eye and winged maple leaf mussels. Also available in high definition. This version includes title graphics.


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This work, Corps of Engineers, Partners Place Endangered Mussels in Mississippi River, by Patrick N. Moes, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:08.17.2012

Date Posted:08.22.2012 2:37PM

Category:Package

Video ID:152732

VIRIN:120817-A-LI073-001

Filename:DOD_100472480

Length:00:02:20

Location:MINNEAPOLIS, MN, USGlobe

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