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National Park Service: Exploring Tidepools

Through a series of photographs and an interactive slideshow, this website teaches about tide pools, how they form, and what types of sea creatures can be found living in them.
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Learn all about tide pools, even if you can’t make it to the beach! Through a series of photographs and an interactive slideshow, this website teaches about tide pools, how they form, and what types of sea creatures can be found living in them. With just a few clicks, viewers can see pictures and learn information about nine different types of tide pool creatures. Then, they can test their new knowledge by identifying the different creatures in pictures of actual tide pools.

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