Animals of the Seashore
Text, drawings, and photographs describe the characteristics of ten seashore animals. Included are the spotted sandpiper, clam and mussel, starfish, sea urchin, brown pelican, barnacle, periwinkle and dogwinkle, crab, seagull, and horseshoe crab.
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baby barnacles barnacle wants barnacle's shell beak bits of food brown clam neck clam shells close his door close their shells crab blows bubbles crooked neck dive dogwinkle's door very tightly eat fish eating her dinner eyes feathers find a rock five arms four small shells garbage gills Green crabs grow hard white shell high tide horseshoe crab hunts for food jaw-stalks little jaws little plants little tube feet long wings look like little lot of little low tide mussel nest old shell oxygen periwinkle pick up food place to live plants and animals Real crabs Real fish rip food rocks back runs sideways sea urchin seagull will eat shell will crack shore snails soft-shell clam Sometimes a crab spotted sandpiper Stack & Associates stalks starfish walk strange thin strings tide is high tide is low tide pools tiny plants tube feet stick wants to eat Water runs wet sand