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    Life in a Tide Pool - Limpets & Abalone

    Limpets are very common in most all tide pools. They can sometimes “farm” certain areas of a rock and can prevent other animals from growing. They are related to Abalones that once used to be very co...

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    Life in a Tide Pool - Limpets & Abalone

    Directed by Kasey Eunice 2015 26 min
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    Limpets are very easy to see in tide pools but many visitors don’t recognize them and understand very little. There are many types of limpets that live in tide pools and can actually farm specific areas on rocks. They have fascinating adaptations that allow them the live out of water for extended periods of time and can be territorial at times. On this episode of Life in a Tide Pool, follow the host and local experts as they explore the tide pools at the Carbrillo National Monument to learn how to identify common limpets, what they eat and why they live in certain places in the tide zone. Abalones are related to limpets. There are very few abalones left and the ones that do remain are highly regulated form a fishery management perspective. Visit a local aquarium to see how the aquarium is help to increase the populations of abalone and restore the wild levels to a sustainable population. More information is available at our website at: http://www.lifeinatidepool.com/limpets-and-abalone/ and at the California Tide Pools website at: http://californiatidepools.com/limpets/

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    Life in a Tide Pool - Limpets & Abalone

    Limpets are very easy to see in tide pools but many visitors don’t recognize them and understand very little. There are many types of limpets that live in tide pools and can actually farm specific areas on rocks. They have fascinating adaptations that allow them the live out of water for extended periods of time and can be territorial at times. On this episode of Life in a Tide Pool, follow the host and local experts as they explore the tide pools at the Carbrillo National Monument to learn how to identify common limpets, what they eat and why they live in certain places in the tide zone. Abalones are related to limpets. There are very few abalones left and the ones that do remain are highly regulated form a fishery management perspective. Visit a local aquarium to see how the aquarium is help to increase the populations of abalone and restore the wild levels to a sustainable population. More information is available at our website at: http://www.lifeinatidepool.com/limpets-and-abalone/ and at the California Tide Pools website at: http://californiatidepools.com/limpets/

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