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Beyond the sheltered inlets and waterways leading to the sea from the estuary,
and extending outward along the continental shelf and margin, is a habitat
characterized by sand or mud bottoms. The living things in the subtidal soft
The subtidal soft bottoms, along with many other habitats, are home to some of
the marine worms. Unlike their terrestrial cousins, marine worms can be brightly
colored and many have delicate, graceful bodies. Although the ocean supports ...
Members of the class Chondrichthyes (con DRIK theez) are well represented in
the subtidal soft bottom habitat. Skates, smaller versions of their pelagic cousins
the rays, find their flattened bodies are well suited to epifaunal life. They travel ...
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