Seashore Life: Tide Pools at Leo Carillio State Park 720p HD V08156




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Published on Aug 18, 2010

Enjoy a short trip to the California coast's Leo Carillo State Park, without getting your feet wet! Twice a day the tide moves out, exposing the rocks, plants and sea life that inhabit this shallow rocky beach. Among the wildlife you can see are Starfish, Sea Anemones, crabs, clams/muscles and seaweed in various colors. The fish are tiny and scarce, but if you're lucky you might run across a small Octopus or Sea Slug in the shallow, isolated pools.

The above-water footage was shot with a Canon HF100 HD camcorder, and a DXG 5B1V HD water-proof camera was used for the underwater views.

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