In the Spring, gray whales pass through Saratoga Passage. They roll over the mud and sand, stirring it with their fins to flush out the sand shrimp that are thick here. At low tide, these shallow puddles can be found with bits of shrimp shells in them.
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Photo taken in Camano Island, WA, USA
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