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Little sediment accumulates on the vertical reef surface know as scarps. As a result, the bare sandstone substrate supports colonies of encrusting sponges and bryozoans. Barnacles, tunicates, and sea anemones are also found on these exposed surfaces. (photo: Karen Angle)

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