This big cluster of Ochre Sea Stars hide underneath all the rocks during low tide. Because it can tolerate high levels of oxygen for eight hours or longer, the starfish species is frequently found at the water's edge where the waves meet the shore.
18 April 2023 ·   1 year ago taken in   Myrtle Rocks Regional Park, qathet Regional District, BC V8A 0S1, Canada
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