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This sexy mussel is burning up the web right now. Totally free and posing just for you, watch in real-time as this flirty bivalve does its thing.

Riveting live feed courtesy of Flex Mussels restaurant on Prince Edward Island.

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Does it know any other tricks besides play-dead?

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