Many ocean species spend time along rocky shores. Penguins use the cliffs for nesting, and sea otters and seals will sometimes rest out of the water.
Do the Caterpillar
Harbor seals sleep on land or take naps just below the surface of the water, coming up occasionally for air. They are sometimes called ‘crawling seals’, because on land they contract their stomach muscles to wiggle along like a caterpillar.