INTER TIDAL ZONE
The Coastline of the Oceanfront Parcels and Islands are as diverse and Unique as anywhere in the Salish Sea.
The intertidal zone is the area between high and low tide. Its a tough habitat to live in, it also can sometimes be covered or exposed. Animals often burrow or have hard shells that can be sealed to prevent water loss. Plants usually cling to hard bottoms.
some intertidal creatures include: Mussels, Limpets, Hermit Crabs, and Sea stars
The intertidal zone is also known as the foreshore or the seashore
This are includes: Rocky cliffs, sandy beaches, or wet lands