Mussels At The Cove

Diego  Re

Friendswood, United States

Artist's Description

In order to protect themselves from hungry predators, mussels live in large groups called “mussel beds” and during low tide close their shells tightly, with water inside, to protect their soft bodies from drying out. This picture was taken at Crystal Cove California State Park.

Artwork Comments

  • Diego  Re
  • Manon Boily
  • Poete100
  • Joanne  Bradley
  • Diego  Re
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