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Bill on the Sea Shore (Pre-print edit copy)

  • How do they live and where do they live?
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Bill on the Sea Shore

........The Way down to the Shore...."Lichen, on a piece of dead Blackthorn –a plant environment making home for mites, fungus and bacteria, all living commensalistically in an environment usually too harsh to provide home to individual species".

....Our large tidal range is responsible for great diversity of life on our shores — far greater in spectrum, than anywhere else in Europe ................"Conger Eel" describes a number of species. That illustrated is Conger conger a sub-tidal Zone Fish, that might just be found in lower shore, very large rock-pools. The young stay close to shore and may live in the shelter of piers and break waters but mature adults can live at great depth, in the ocean, and grow heavier than a man! The reproduce only once, maturing from five years old and laying more than 3 million eggs. Their preferred food is shell fish, squid and octopus............

A guide to discovering some of the plants and creatures living on more than eight-thousand miles of Britain’s harshest environment- our coast.

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  1. The Bird's a Loon

    Posted by Phillip on 31st Jan 2018

    A great little booklet for parents to enthuse children with a love of nature. The illustrations are mostly colour sketches, often more illustrative than photographs might be - especially for the mollusk family.

  2. Cheap education

    Posted by Johnk202 on 30th Aug 2017

    Hello to all. The contents existing at this site are, in fact, remarkable for advancing knowledge, well, keep up the nice work fellows.

  3. Great little book for the sea shore

    Posted by Kermit on 26th Aug 2017

    Prettily illustrated and full of simple to follow information, this booklet is ideal for parents and children to use on sea-side trips. It helps spark a real interest in marine ecology, in my view

  4. Nice illustrations

    Posted by Paul Dixon on 31st Oct 2014

    Simply, logically laid out and small enough to fit anorak pockets, this is not a book for anoraks but a usefully illustrated guide, aimed at families on sea-side holidays. In these days of fantastic, underwater photography, it is nice to see the use of water-colour sketches, to help identify shoreline finds.

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