It sometimes starts with a grain of sand—but not always.
It involves something called a "love dart," and it's less romantic than it sounds.
The vending machine-sized installation features 15 itty-bitty "exhibitions" about bivalves, snails, octopuses, and more.
Blue mussels have evolved stronger shells to protect themselves against rising acid levels in the Baltic Sea.
The amount of plastic in our oceans—and thus in our seafood—is rising.