Mussels Cooked To Death In Their Shells In Unusual Heat On Northern California Shore

In a chilling sign of climate change as many as thousands of mussels literally cooked to death in their shells as they lay in the sun on a hot day on a northern California shore.

The mid-June die-off is believed to be the worst in 15 years in the village of Bodega Bay 60 miles north of San Francisco where Alfred Hitchcock’s environmental horror movie “The Birds” was filmed.

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