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The stretch between the three hamlets will return to their historic function, unbroken wetlands that provide a home for thousands of birds, horseshoe crabs and other wildlife.
Moonlight even sharpens the visual acuity of horseshoe crabs, which come ashore on certain nights to mate.
Built into a teak replica of a fishing skiff in the center of the exhibits area, the pool encourages visitors to get their hands wet to engage with Cownose and Atlantic stingrays, along with horseshoe crabs, hermit crabs and sea anemones.
Cerea first heard about horseshoe crabs through her day job as a photographer for the National Audubon Society.
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