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its the sublittoral zone

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The zone that begins where the intertidal zone ends is called the subtidal zone. This zone is constantly submerged underwater and experiences minimal exposure to air during low tides. It is characterized by deeper waters and different marine life compared to the intertidal zone.

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What is the portion of the shoreline that is covered with water at high tide and exposed to air during low tide?

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