There is an abundance of sea-life off Rhos Point in North Wales. Low spring tides reveal sea anemones, star fish, crabs, sea weeds of many varieties, mussel beds and shrimps trapped in the rock pools by the receding water.
Visit at a low spring tide, usually around 18.00 p.m at Rhos Point to catch the tide at its lowest point. Don't be surprised to if you get wet ...but not from the sea but the razor clams that squirt like water pistols from all angles.
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