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    Life in a Tide Pool - Sea Urchins

    There are two types of Sea Urchins commonly found in tide pools, the purple and the red sea urchin. They tend to stay in the same place and eat drift sea weed that passes by. They are also big busine...

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    Life in a Tide Pool - Sea Urchins

    Directed by Kasey Eunice 2015 26 min
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    Sea urchins need to be covered by water all the time. They can be found in deeper tide pools that hold water throughout the day. They are covered in spines and have thousands of tube feet similar to sea stars. They do not seem to move around much or do they? On this episode of Life in a Tide Pool, follow the host and local experts as they search for sea urchins at Goff Island. Find out what sea stars eat and in what conditions they will leave their homes and forage for other food. Visit a local aquarium to see how they raze and care for sea urchins and learn about the types of sea urchins found in local tide pools. Sea urchins are also big business. The industry produces millions of dollars a year and employs hundreds of people. The host visits a local sea urchin processing facility and takes a tour to learn how they are processed and where they are sold. For more information visit our website at: http://www.lifeinatidepool.com/sea-urchins/ and our Tide Pool website at: http://californiatidepools.com/sea-urchins/

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    Life in a Tide Pool - Sea Urchins

    Sea urchins need to be covered by water all the time. They can be found in deeper tide pools that hold water throughout the day. They are covered in spines and have thousands of tube feet similar to sea stars. They do not seem to move around much or do they? On this episode of Life in a Tide Pool, follow the host and local experts as they search for sea urchins at Goff Island. Find out what sea stars eat and in what conditions they will leave their homes and forage for other food. Visit a local aquarium to see how they raze and care for sea urchins and learn about the types of sea urchins found in local tide pools. Sea urchins are also big business. The industry produces millions of dollars a year and employs hundreds of people. The host visits a local sea urchin processing facility and takes a tour to learn how they are processed and where they are sold. For more information visit our website at: http://www.lifeinatidepool.com/sea-urchins/ and our Tide Pool website at: http://californiatidepools.com/sea-urchins/

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