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  • Limpets clinging to rocks by the sea at Kaikoura Peninsula, NZ
    Rights: Richard Allen Published 11 January 2012 Size: 540 KB Referencing Hub media

    Limpets have adapted to survive the intertidal zones of the rocky shore. Their strong foot muscle attaches the shell to rocks, preventing desiccation at low tide, and anchors the animal in rough seas.

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