Intertidal Zones

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Intertidal Zones

Intertidal Zones

the zones

organisms living in these zones

Sea Urchins found in the Low Tide Zone

The Spray Zonealso known as...the Upper Littoral, the Fringe, the Spalsh Zone, or the Barnacle Belt

The High Tide Zonealso known as...the Upper Mid-Littoral Zone or the High Intertidal Zone

The High Tide Zonealso known as...the Upper Mid-Littoral Zone or the High Intertidal Zone

The Middle Tide Zonealso known as...the Lower Mid-Littoral Zone

The Low Tide Zonealso known as...the Lower Littoral Zone

Barnacles are small crustaceans that attach themselves to the many rocks of the Spray ZonePeriwinkle Snails are small sea snails that have dark,banded shells

Periwinkle Snail found in the Spray Zone

Barnacles are small crustaceans that attach themselves to the many rocks of the Spray ZonePeriwinkle Snails are small sea snails that have dark,banded shells

Britte Stars are spiny, hard-skinned, five-armed animals that lives in the Hign Tide Zone of the ocean Hermit Crabs are tiny crabs that have soft abdomens protected by shells; they use the shells they find in the ocean

Brittle Star found in the High Tide Zone

Clam Worms are worms that live in the Middle Tide Zone of the ocean with four eyes, two sensory feelers, and many tentacles. Purple Shore Crabs are typically found under rocks in middle-tidal areas along the west coast of North America, and Alaska

Purple Shore Crabs found in the Middle Tide Zone

Sea Urchin are small, spiny, animals that protect themselves from their predators using their sharp pointsSea Hares are large sea slugs that get their name from the fact that part of their body is shaped like the ears of a hare


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