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How do animals stay hidden in the sand as the tide is going out and the sand is going with the tide?
Answer 1:

Usually some of the sand is left behind as the tide goes out, in which case intertidal animals can hide there. If all of the sand gets washed away, then the animals in the sand have to go with it.



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