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    Life in a Tide Pool - Sea Stars & Snails

    Sea Stars are very fascinating animals that are very strong, have thousands of tube feet and come in a variety of shapes and sizes. They have all but disappeared from tide pools due to a mysterious d...

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    Life in a Tide Pool - Sea Stars & Snails

    Directed by Kasey Eunice 2015 26 min
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    Sea stars are one of the more enjoyable animals to see in tide pools. They are sometimes brightly colored and can get pretty large if there is good food supply. They have however almost vanished from the west coast of the United States due to a mysterious disease that has all but whipped them out. One this episode of Life in a Tide Pool follow the host and local experts to find out why the sea stars are vanishing and when and if they will return. Visit a local aquarium to see what types of sea stars are found in tide pools and learn how the aquarium grows and cares for the sea starts. Also on this episode learn about the types of snails commonly found in tide pools including the predatory snails that feed on mussels, clams and barnacles. Learn how to easily identify predatory and non-predatory snails just on the shape of the shell. The host and local experts visit Shaws cove and search for shells in surge channels and learn why surge channels are the best place to find sea shells. For more information, visit http://www.lifeinatidepool.com/sea-stars-snails/ and http://californiatidepools.com/sea-stars/

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    Life in a Tide Pool - Sea Stars & Snails

    Sea stars are one of the more enjoyable animals to see in tide pools. They are sometimes brightly colored and can get pretty large if there is good food supply. They have however almost vanished from the west coast of the United States due to a mysterious disease that has all but whipped them out. One this episode of Life in a Tide Pool follow the host and local experts to find out why the sea stars are vanishing and when and if they will return. Visit a local aquarium to see what types of sea stars are found in tide pools and learn how the aquarium grows and cares for the sea starts. Also on this episode learn about the types of snails commonly found in tide pools including the predatory snails that feed on mussels, clams and barnacles. Learn how to easily identify predatory and non-predatory snails just on the shape of the shell. The host and local experts visit Shaws cove and search for shells in surge channels and learn why surge channels are the best place to find sea shells. For more information, visit http://www.lifeinatidepool.com/sea-stars-snails/ and http://californiatidepools.com/sea-stars/

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