Friday, May 25, 2018

 On the beach at a very low tide looking at the tide pool creatures we had been studying. Students found many sand dollars, crabs, moon snails, and hermit crabs and experienced seeing them in their habitats.  Watching sand dollars tiny legs moving and small crabs hold up their claws in defense was fascinating for all. They discovered the rings in which moon snails lay their eggs and the many kinds of seaweed and kelp to be found on one beach. It was a day of exploration, discovery, and delight.

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 Dumas Bay Beach at an amazing -3 low tide on a beautiful day. It was amazing what we saw.  Sand dollars alive and dead  Cl...