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What happens during low tide?

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During low tide water falls to its lowest level and recedes from the shore.
Tides are caused by the gravity of both the moon and the sun “pulling” at the water in the sea. Because the Earth is constantly turning, the “pull” of gravity affects different places as each day goes on - so when the tide is “out” in your area, it is “in” somewhere else. But the water level at high tide changes too!

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