Sand hoppers are easy to find amongst patches of seaweed cast up on sandy beaches. They jump out when the seaweed is disturbed. Their bodies are flattened from side to side, and they have powerful hind legs for jumping.
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Photograph by Melanie Lovell-Smith
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