Caddisfly larvae rearrange pebbles on the river bed to build themselves a shelter.
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The mussel hustle.
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The UK’s environment agency has confirmed quagga mussels, a fresh or brackish water mollusc, have been found in a reservoir near London. Quagga were previously identified as one of the single greatest…