What lives in the tide pool?
starfish seashells anything
Why does the tide pool need to change during high tide to keep the inhabitants of the tide pool healthy?
How is the entire noun clause used in the sentence. The plan was that a visit to the tide pool would be during low tide?
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Sea kinds of plant and animal life can be found in tide pools. All organisms that live in tide pools must be able to withstand extreme fluctuations in conditions. For example, when a big rainfall occurs, the tide pool receives lots of fresh water. When it's hot, the temperature in the tide pool is much different than it is on a cold day. Many animals make the tide pool home. These animals include sea stars…
I'm not entirely sure what you are asking here but I know tide pools consist of many types of marine creatures, sea stars, octopus, periwinkles basically anything that gets caught when the tide goes in. Some types of gastropods can be found in tide pools, and if you don't know this a gastropod can be referred to as pretty much a snail. Gastro meaning stomach and pod meaning foot.
The narwhal is a toothed whale which lives in oceans. Nautilus is a mollusc which lives in oceans too. Nudibranch are species of marine gastropods which are described as colourful snails without shells. A neap tide is a natural tide which occurs on oceans just after the first and third quarters of the moon.