Ballyloughane beach

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Ballyloughane beach: Ballyloughane Beach is one of Galway's most exciting beaches for observing seashore life. At low tide large amounts of the shore are exposed and can be explored safely. Visitors can identify animals that live in sandy, rocky and tidal areas all on one stretch of shoreline. It is an important nursery area for juvenile flat fish such as plaice and flounder, as well as providing a home for brown shrimp (otherwise known as crangons), sand hoppers, seaweeds and crabs.

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