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  • Tar River spinymussels were captured from the wild to start a captive propagation program. This collaborative effort involves the US Fish and Wildlife Service, the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission, the North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine and other partners working together to bring back this endangered species. For more information about the Tar River spinymussel and other endangered species in North Carolina, visithttp://www.fws.gov/raleigh/es_tes.html

    At least 58 species of native freshwater mussels — two-shelled mollusks, similar to saltwater clams or oysters — are known from North Carolina waters, thought at least seven are believed eliminated from the state. Of the surviving species, 43 are designated Endangered, Threatened, Special Concern, or Significantly Rare by North Carolina. Seven are on the Federal endangered species list, while several others are currently under review by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service for addition to that list.

    The Tar River spinymussel (Elliptio steinstansana) is found only on eastern North Carolina, in the Tar-Pamlico and Neuse River basins and is one of only three U.S. mussel species with spines. It was added to the Federal endangered species list in 1985 and will likely become extinct in the very near future without human intervention.

    In this movie, experts working to recover the Tar River spinymussel explain the threats the species is facing and their efforts to propagate the species and augment the population in the wild.

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