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    Tourmaline Surf Park Tide Pools

    Visit and learn about the tide pools at Tourmaline Surf Park in San Diego

    Tourmaline Surf Park Tide Pools

    Uploaded Apr 22, 2015

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    Tourmaline Surf Park Tide Pools

    Directed by Splashzone Productions 2015 2 min

    Tourmaline Surf Park Tide Pools

    Uploaded Apr 22, 2015
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    Tourmaline Surf Park Tide Pools

    The tide pools at Tourmaline Surf Park in San Diego are located to the north of the surfing area. The tide pools are a large boulder field with an occasional larger rocky area. There are plenty of snails, red thatched barnacles, aggregating and solitary anemones, limpets of all kinds and other interesting tide pool animals. This area also has a good number of tube snails near the low water line. Do not expect to see too many urchins, mussels and gooseneck barnacles as these species prefer faster water flows. The rocks are covered by very slippery algae and other macro brown algae. More information is available

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