A Special 30th Anniversary Edition of Save the Harbor/Save the Bay's Boston Harbor Blog
Monday, August 3, 2015
Small People Finding Smaller Life
Hey guys, today Carson was filled with little people on the hunt for clams. They found big clams and some kids found extremely small clams. The day was filled with explaining to the kids why clams dig so deep and how they were able to squirt up the water. They were all so enthused to start the hunt for clams. Some kids even turned the hunt into a competition. A group found like almost 100 clams; like what?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!? While all up in that sand, I found such a baby clam, it was amazing. All the kids thought it was so cute!
While the morning went along, a little girl found, as I would say, the smallest crab in the world...... well at Carson. Literally it was a miracle that she even saw the crab because of its size and its camouflaging skin with the sand. The staff couldn't believe their eyes when they peeped the size of the crab and it was alive. Just goes to show you that small things can be more fascinating than bigger things.