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Spring Tide Pooling in Odiorne Point State Park

SSC Aquarist Rob Royer heads down to tide pools of Odiorne Point State Park in early spring to take a look at some of the algae and finds young species and species in their reproductive stage, ready to release their eggs.
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#OceanRunnerNH: Seaweed on the Rocks

Our Ocean Runner does her training along Seacoast beaches as much as possible, and was recently wondering why she never sees seaweed growing ON the beaches. It’s a plant, right? Why is it just hanging onto rocks? Where are its roots?
She met up with Seacoast Science Center president Wendy Lull to learn how

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A portion of our gallery space is under construction as we prepare to bring you H2O Today, an exhibition from the Smithsonian Traveling Exhibition Service (opens June 10). Our live animal exhibits, marine mammal exhibits, Jumpin' Jay's Discovery Dock, Tide Pool Touch Tank, and kid's play zone are open during construction.
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