The mid-intertidal zone includes mussels and rockweed. And finally the upper intertidal zone includes dog whelk, barnacles, limpets, snails, and blue-green bacteria and algae. In the smooth texture of the sandy beach, there are also a variety of types of organisms, just not a large as a range as the rocky coast. It is said that if you are sitting on a beach where the waves make contact and you quickly dig into the sand there is a possibility that you will catch a beach hopper. Some call this animal by it’s textbook name, the mole crab.
Sometimes they get overly excited going from one pool to another and slip on the coral reef, which can put a damper on all the fun. When this happens they usually take advantage of one of the many parks located in the area. The parks allow them to play with both, American and Japanese children. All these activities will leave an impression on them that will last a lifetime. The actual seawall is what makes this area unique.
In these pools the boy found a purple octopus as he picks it up, he fells how soft and slimy it is as it sticks to his arm with its eight suction cup covered tentacles as it was trying to get away and find a place to hide. As he moves on trying not to slip or step on crabs that scurried here and there. He comes across a deeper pool that has some of the brightest colored rocks, as he gets closer he realizes that its
Suddenly I was in a different world. The euphoric melodies of a nightingale filled my ears. Water seeped from the soils, forming a creek along the grass filled forest; schools of vibrant fish revealed themselves from the rocky crevices, darting about with unnatural vigour. An overwhelming feeling of joy swelled within me, the sublime beauty of this new world tapped into my soul, and the happiness I had been denied for so long came back to me. Hearing the sound of crashing waves in the distance, my childhood instincts took control of me.
GENOSIDAL OTTERS The deadly sea otter is a threat to many marine animals. The vicious creatures prey on poor unsuspecting creatures. They are regularly seen with a clam or mussel and a rock that has been crudely seized from the ocean floor. These monsters will place the rock on their chests, and repeatedly bash the defenseless shellfish against it until it breaks to reveal the meat of the creature; where it will ravage essence of the critter like a barbarian. They also prey on many delicate aquatic creatures as the innocent sea urchin, unarmed crab, unprotected squid, indefensible octopus, and fish.
She describes the whale’s hair like the whiskers of a cat, since they are same thickness and shape. Purple and black oysters under the pier will rip your skin up like a cheese grater due to the fact that they have sharp bumps. Lynn Cox describes the sun as liquid as it’s rays and colors flow around her. As the wind funnels through the waves she describes the noises like wind instruments. As she follows Grayson’s footprints, his fluke would create the prints tin the sea as he swam.
Puerto Rico is surrounded by and filled with amazing places. It is the best place to go if you’re looking to have fun. With all of its beautiful attractions, and fun activities held around every corner, it makes me want to leave right now to pay a visit! Work Cited Lodging, T. G. (2012, March 20). Culebra Island.
Moving on 1. The opening description of nature creates a sense of hope and optimism by mentioning things that you may describe as almost a utopia. The passage quotes ‘river… runs deep and green. The water is warm too, for it has slipped twinkling over the yellow sands in the sunlight before reaching the narrow pool.’ The mention of sunlight and yellow sands help us to think it is a joyful and happy place, which creates hope and optimism through the use of this description. 2.
(This informs the viewer that water/sea will play a key role in the film.) As the shark swims through the seaweed, menacing music begins to play in the background. The music uses simple, dramatic chords in E and F to add suspense and tension to the scene. (Resembling the heartbeat of the shark, it will be used throughout the film to indicate the presence of the shark and signal an impending attack.) As the scene moves onland, a tracking shot introduces the viewer to one of the film’s key settings – the beach – and to a group of teenagers enjoying a night of drinking around a campfire.