What Is the Difference between High and Low Tides?

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The difference between high and low tides is the amount of water on the beach. When the amount of water increases on the beach, it is called a high tide while the reverse is true for low tides. Both occur as a result of the gravitational pull of the moon on water bodies found on earth.
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