Tide pools (also tidal pools, rock pools or rock and roll pools) are rocky pools by oceans that are filled with seawater. Sea anemones are a group of water dwelling predatory animals of the order Actiniaria; they are named after the Anemone, a terrestrial Flower An ocean (from Greek, ''Okeanos'' (Oceanus) is a major body of saline water, and a principal component of the Hydrosphere. Seawater is Water from a Sea or Ocean. On average seawater in the world's oceans has a Salinity of about 3 Tide pools can either be small and shallow or deep. The small ones are usually found far back on the shore and the large ones are found nearer to the ocean. Tide pools are formed as a high tide comes in over a rocky shore. Characteristics A tide is a repeated cycle of sea level changes in the following stages Over several hours the water rises or advances up a beach in the flood Water fills depressions in the ground, which turn into isolated pools as the tide retreats. This process, repeated twice a day, replenishes the seawater in what otherwise might be a stagnant pool. Water stagnation occurs when Water stops flowing Stagnant water can be a major Environmental hazard.
The area that is covered by high tide and exposed by low tide is called the intertidal zone, or foreshore. This area is often further divided into different zones based on the life forms that live there.
Sea Anemone is in process of cloning(longitudinal fission). Sea anemones are a group of water dwelling predatory animals of the order Actiniaria; they are named after the Anemone, a terrestrial Flower Few hours later instead of one unit there will be two.