The Log from the Sea of Cortez - March 30 Summary & Analysis

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March 30 Summary and Analysis

In the morning, the tide is out and the party begins collecting. There are many different kinds of crabs and clams, some of which are eaten locally. These species seem to have a greater tolerance for freshwater than most marine species, which may be because they live in a lagoon where the salinity varies. After this collection is finished, they sail for San Carlos Bay, near Santa Rosalia. Feeling pressed for time, they do not stop in Santa Rosalia, although Sparky and Tiny are always anxious to spend time in the towns. Santa Rosalia is a mining town built by a French company, and looks very different from others they have seen. The vessel anchors near San Carlos Bay, which has an inner lagoon at which they hope to collect some new species. It is covered with seaweed and sandhoppers, which...

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