How Are Tide Pools Formed?

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Tide pools are formed when the tide comes in and water is deposited into the rocks that are at the edge of the ocean. Organisms such as lobsters, starfish, and sponges use this area for habitat. You can find more information here: http://www.gma.org/katahdin/tidepool.html
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