What Is Tidepooling?
Tidepooling is the exploration of tidepools and learning about the animals and plants that live there.
Where to Tidepool?
Tidepools are technically pools of water left behind in the rocks when the water recedes during low tide. However, tidepools typically refer to the entire rocky area in the intertidal zone which are submerged during high tide and exposed during low tide. Tidepools are home to many species of animals, seaweeds, and plants. The organisms that live in this habitat are very resilient because of the stress they have to go through on a daily basis due to tidal change and the threat of desiccation (drying out), but humans can cause irreversible harm if we are not careful where we step and how we act in the area.
Laguna Ocean Foundation staffs 6 coves in Laguna Beach:
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