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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 a. rising salinity of an evaporating tidal pool b. predation from burrowing crabs c. lack of water at low tides d. pounding of the waves against the rocks

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I think its c..
ill help you if you help me
ok ill try :)

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ok im thinking its c
Just looking thru Wikipedia right now.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Starfish
Way too long. You got a textbook or note on this?
I have a slide of what i learned from my teacher, that got me to cancel out a and d
Any way of showing us?
I can try hold on
Well, predators isn't mentioned, so C is probably it.
yea, and also it says low tides here, and on that it says high tides. so thats what got me to think that sea starts don't adapt to the lack of water at low tides. So c?

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