The Chesapeake Bay is known as an estuary, a ‘transition zone’ if you will, where the inland freshwater streams meet the open ocean. This rich exchange of waters, combined with shallow depths, makes estuaries the most productive natural habitats in the world. The Chesapeake just so happens to be the largest and most productive in the United States.
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Crassostrea virginica - Shipped live, in shell, in an insulated container at a temperature between 35 and 45 degrees.