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On this episode of Beyond the Tide, Coyote discovers some of the most bizarre and creepy tide pool creatures Costa Rica has to offer!
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I found the black thing that is like a spider we found them in rock in a beach theres many rocks in beach we found them in the rocks were trying to catch it but I said no because I think it could kill us theres big and small
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help them get to know each other. one like=one date
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Tide pools and rocky beaches are geologically young. Old ones are mostly covered in sand from the dozens of millions of years of tides milling the rocks. Makes sense since the central american bridge that joined North and South America is about 3 million years old, some of these beaches are pretty young in the geological time scale. Just a random thought.
I live in the philippines and when I was in vacation we went to Calatagan and I'm doing the same like lifting a rock to see what I can find and when I did we found different kind of animals in each rocks I get, Borrowing Sea Urchin, Brittlestars and a small Mantis Shrimp and there's still more, Sea Cucumbers and a Nudibranch Sea Slug which my younger cousin found first.
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