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A tide pool in Porto Covo, west coast of Portugal
Inside a tide pool in Santa Cruz, California showing sea stars, sea anemones, and sea sponges.
Photo of dozens of palm-tree shaped seaweed plants exposed to the air.
Low tide zone in a tide pool
Sea anemones, Anthopleura sola engaged in a battle for territory

Rock pools (or 'tide pools') are rocky pools by the sea. They are in the intertidal zone. They are filled with seawater during high tide, and exist as separate pools at low tide.

Tide pools are habitats of uniquely adaptable animals that have engaged the special attention of naturalists and marine biologists. view more...