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Match these terms barnacle...mussel...Grunt Sculpin...Anemones...starfish...kelp...hermit crab. A. More frequently observed walking over the seabed than swimming and pants to force water over gills. B. Occupy empty mollusk shells as a place to hide. C. Glue themselves to rocks and wait for food to wash by during high tide; have a trap door they use to trap moisture in their shell. D. Have tube feet that they use to move to shady areas. E. Use holdfasts to secure themselves to rocks and use the sun's rays to photosynthesize light and nutrients into sugar and oxygen. F. Can be found clum

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ping together with others of its kind to help keep strong against the waves and will help keep water loss down for the group during low tide; also have the ability to trap water inside their shells. G. Have soft bodies that absorb wave energy and possess the ability to fold inward to hold in moisture.

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