Sun, sand, and surf: the same elements that offer rest and relaxation to visitors provide a challenge to the organisms that live here. Join marine biologist Brett Lear on a tour of Torrey Pines State Beach and meet some of the creatures that live between the bluffs and the waves and see how they’ve adapted to hot, dry sand, changing tide levels, and pounding surf. Discover how wrack (seaweed washed ashore) contributes to the coastal ecosytem by providing food and shelter to many animals.
Hosted by Brett Lear, Marine Biologist
Production Coordinator - Diane Greening, TPSNR Interpretive Specialist
Funding for this Wild Web Film was provided by the Torrey Pines Association
©2011 Torrey Pines Association
Produced, filmed and edited by Jim Karnik Films
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