Blog Tags: Kelp
Forest ecosystems are critical for the survival of terrestrial life, but did you know that such ecosystems exist in the oceans too?
Kelp, a type of seaweed, can form dense forests underwater. Known as kelp forests, they rank with coral reefs and estuaries for being one of the most important ocean ecosystems, home to thousands of species and vast biodiversity. Despite their ecological importance, kelp forests are often overlooked.
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