Super Low Tide Animals

 

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Sea Pork?

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My favorite creature to find – is the Sea Slug.  Last year, I saw ONE all year at NE 15th.  I didn’t get a photo and spent a week trying to figure out what it was. From the water, it looks like it has internal lights in it. The stripes look like neon lights. They just radiate color and light. The orange stripes float and flow, purples, blues, white, crazy color. They are low in the tide pool, so my little Lumix has a hard time sorting out what to focus on, but you may look online for Sea Slugs and you’ll be surprised how beautiful a common garden nuisance can be. Here’s  a link to a simple Google Images Search : Sea Slug Images

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You may look up the Animals at http://beachwatchers.wsu.edu/ezidweb/animals/index.php

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3 Responses to Super Low Tide Animals

  1. Pingback: Low Tide Object–What is it? | Petra School

  2. Simply Taunya says:

    AWESOME pictures!

  3. Bethany says:

    Wow. So beautiful.

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