15 episodes, 1959, KCTS (Seattle)
"'Animals of the Seashore' is organized around the intertidal environment as a unique, diverse, exacting, and above all interesting habitat for living organisms. The general approach is to analyze the physical features of the beach and to illustrate how different animals meet the conditions imposed on them by their environment. Because marine animals comprise a large segment of the animal kingdom, the coverage is extensive though nontechnical. The series is planned to interest both teenagers and adults. Emphasis is placed on becoming familiar with the different kinds of animals, their particular niche and special adaptations, how they live, what they do, and where they fit into the general scheme of the living world. The series was produced by KCTS-TV, Seattle."