There are different phenomena many of us have never seen or heard about. And today we will know about one such phenomenon- tide pools.
Over the course of millions of years, rocks near the coastline have been weathered away by wave and wind action to form sand particles.
Others are too large and have only been smoothened or carved out.
With time, depressions may form on corals and rocks near the shore, leaving them with a dip on their surface.
During the high tide, the rock is submerged and marine life continues around it.
But during the low tide, water is held in this depression and marine creatures are trapped in it.
Such a depression in rocks and corals that holds small pools of water during the low tide is known as a tide pool.