Rockpools in England have shrimp and crabs and little tiny black fish in them and insects too. In Australia they can have much more in them such as fish, bugs, snakes, spiders and crabs and much more wildlife. hope this helps you cshould also try googling it.
camouflage crabs live in rockpools and other marine places they camouflage themselves with whatever natural things they have with them (mud, leaves and corals). that's how they hide from their predators.
They give birth to an average of 50 babies, but only appox 30-35 survive. They live at the bottom or rockpools or sandbanks until they are hatched and are able to get back into the ocean where they will live a normal life of a fish.
Yes, shrimp do live in the sunlit zone. Even though shrimp are bottom dwellers, they typically stick to shallower waters. The sunlit zone refers to the amount of light in the water, and not so much the depth.
In Thailand there is a dish called kung ten ("dancing shrimp") in which a spicy sauce is poured over tiny, translucent, live shrimp, which are then eaten directly, raw and whole. They resemble grass shrimp, but it is possible that they are just immature regular shrimp.