Rockpooling tours, Lyme Regis

PUBLISHED: 18:00 09 July 2010 | UPDATED: 18:01 09 July 2010

ROCKPOOLING tours are being organised by Lyme Regis Museum this summer.

The trips will run throughout July and August, according to tides. They will be run by geologist Paddy Howe and marine biologist Chris Andrew.

Chris said: “Rock pools are home to a wealth of diverse sea life and provide adults and children with the opportunity to study them at close quarters.”

Sessions last one and half hours and rockpoolers will be given a chart describing sea life they are likely to find - such as velvet swimming crabs, squat lobsters, snakelock anemones and strawberry anemones.


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