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The rock platform at the eastern end of Ned's Beach at low tide captivated us with the vast array of beautiful corals and marine life.We spent a couple of hours just peering into rockpools and crevices and only the rising tide forced our exit.
Sea slugs,starfish,clams and sea urchins were the main visible marine creatures.We searched for the elusive Blue Ringed Octopus but to no avail.

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Category:Animals
Subcategory:Marine Life
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