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  Can You Find 'em All?
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It’s easy as 1, 2, 3!

1) Print this list.
2) Visit the Sea Center and keep your eyes open.
3) Keep your eyes open for these clever critters.

Animal Camouflage Technique
Bat Star  
Bay Pipefish  
California Halibut  
Decorator Crab  
Red Octopus  
Sand Crab  
Sand Dollar  
Sand Star  
Sea Cucumber  
Swell Shark Egg  
Swell Shark  
Two-Spot Octopus  


 
 

 

 

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