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By Kimberley Jane Pryor
|A sea-grass bed is one of the many kinds of habitats that occupy our coastal areas. Simply put, this habitat is located in shallow water next to land, and it is full of tall sea grasses. These environments attract an extraordinary array of inhabitants: young fish, crabs, snails, jellyfish, seahorses, sea dragons, and so on. Bigger animals and fish, such as sharks, sea turtles, even manatees, may come along, too. This book is packed with information, as well as a food chain diagram, a glossary of key terms, an index and many colorful illustrations.|