Re: NANFA-L-- Fwd: Mussels on TV

Jeremy Tiemann (
Thu, 23 Feb 2006 13:12:23 -0600

It's worth watching, as with most "Most Extreme Animals" episodes.

>has anyone seen this? i see the next viewing is this sunday-in-7pm.
>thanks jeremy for the alert.
>In a message dated 2/21/2006 10:53:57 A.M. Eastern Standard Time,
> writes:
> >This week's episode of the Animal Planet's "Most Extreme Animals"
>>(by New Zealand Natural History) is is going to the Most Exterme
>>Appendages and will include mussel lures. Tune in to see how our
>>pearly pals rank against elephant trunks, chameleon tongues, etc.
>>The show times (ET)
>>FEB 21 -in- 09:00 PM FEB 22 -in- 12:00 AM FEB 22 -in- 04:00 AM FEB 22 -in-
> >01:00 PM FEB 26 -in- 07:00 PM FEB 27 -in- 02:00 AM

Please note the Survey's new mailing address...

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