Tidal Pools in Cardiff

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Low tide at the Cardiff Seaside Park was at 12:30 today. That’s when I found myself along with many other people walking along rocks with may small basins of water on them. The rocks were covered with a green plant-like substance that was slippery. People were looking for sea like in the water, and things like Lobsters (a very small one) were being found. I didn’t see any wildlife in any of those basins, but the rock formations, carved out of many years of tides coming in and going out were fascinating. I found myself wondering how many of the people walking through the tidal pool with small children grew up introduced to the tidal pools following their parents around. One father was giving his daughter a science lesson as they walked around the slippery rocks – it was nice seeing him actively involved in teaching his child.


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