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About: In this new puzzle game we feature a very beautiful rocky shore landscape. If you didn't already know, a rocky shore is an intertidal area of seacoasts where solid rock predominates. These kind of shores are biologically rich environments and are real "natural laboratories" for studying intertidal ecology.
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