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Sea stars living in the waters of a rocky shoreline must adapt to in order to survive? Sea stars do not adapt to the...
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anonymous
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rising salinity of an evaporating tidal pool predation from burrowing crabs lack of water at low tides or pounding of the waves against the rocks
anonymous
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I would go witht the 3rd choice becuz that doesnt seem like it wud effect them as much becuz they are more in the bottom feeder group and not on the surface of the water

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