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By Kimberley Jane Pryor
|Few ocean habitats are as influenced by the tides as the rocky shore. Found where land and sea meet, these shores are rocky, not smooth sand. These areas have hollow places, called tide pools, which are exposed during low tides. A remarkable collection of animals small—snails, barnacles—and large—sea stars, octopus, shrimp, crabs, and more—can be found here. How the animals near and in rocky shore habitats hunt for food, avoid predators, mate, and survive is the focus of this book, which is part of the "Wonders of the Sea" series.|