Photographer: Alan Gornick Jr.© Aris Multimedia Entertainment, Inc. 1994
Limpets are in the group of sea snails that are found all over the world. You may find them clinging to rocks or pieces of timber. Their homes are usually a scraped out region of a rock as large and as thick as their shells. During the day, they look for food. They live on algae. Limpets use their tongues to scrape algae off the rocks.
[Home|Tide Pools|Sea Anemone|Starfish|Crab|Sea Urchin|Algae]Photographs of Starfish, Sea Urchin, and Algae by Alan Gornick Jr.Photograph of Crabs by Ira Rubin© Aris Multimedia Entertainment,Inc. 1994