Justin Mohn

Daily Changes

Water lost- at low tide

Interrupted feeding- it has to protect it self at low tide

Temperature change- at low tide

Salinity Change- at low tide


interlocking shells

how it moves- it swims

eats- algae, seaweeds

eaten by- sea-stars, seagulls, humans, and crabs

Rock eyes

free spanning


mid-tide and low-tide

ranges from the Bering Sea and the Aleutian Islands to southern California


<a href="">Chitons: Polyplacophora - Behavior And Reproduction</a>

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