OTHER WORDS FROM nearshorenear·shor·ing, noun
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Females are content to avoid the shallow buffet and the jaws of nearshore terrors, aiming instead to eat enough to repeatedly rear offspring over time.
Females spent most of their foraging time in the open ocean, diving deep for prey, while males stuck to shallower, nearshore habitats, feeding continuously on prey on the continental shelf.
The region’s nearshore waters have some of the highest concentrations of giant prehistoric megalodon teeth in the world.The Adventurer’s Guide to Wilmington, North Carolina|mmiranda|February 2, 2022|Outside Online