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Glenner wonders if any barnacles in crowded, intertidal environments might also be capable of movement.Barnacles are famed for not budging. But one species roams its sea turtle hosts|Jake Buehler|October 14, 2021|Science News
Up to a dozen robomussels were glued next to live mussels on rocks in the intertidal zone.Common parasite may help mussels survive heat waves|Sid Perkins|June 16, 2021|Science News For Students
Because some chemicals in Marib Light—the oil on board the Safer—are water soluble, a spill would probably affect intertidal and deep-sea corals too.
With the rats gone, “we saw these very swift rebounds of the bird populations, and a very swift response to that in the intertidal, with our grazers disappearing and our kelp numbers growing very rapidly,” says Kurle.How scientists helped Alaska’s “Rat Island” shake off its namesake rodents|Ellie Shechet|March 10, 2021|Popular-Science
The periwinkle is a small marine snail commonly found in coastal, intertidal areas of the northeastern United States and Maritime Provinces of Canada.14 wild edibles you can pull right out of the ocean|By Bob McNally/Field & Stream|October 19, 2020|Popular-Science
Dimly I could see the intertidal creatures darting away from my feet.The Island of Doctor Moreau|H. G. Wells
Intertidal, in-tėr-tī′dal, adj. living between low-water and high-water mark.
Limpet, lim′pet, n. a small shellfish which clings to intertidal rocks.