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Pacific Oysters May Clamp Down On Sensitive San Diego Habitat

September 13, 2013 10:14 a.m.

Pacific oysters are a long-time favorite of discriminating diners in Southern California, and now the Japanese bivalves are increasingly finding a home in local waters. That is prompting some biologists to wonder how the mollusks might impact the near-shore environment.

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