What Is a Kelp Forest?

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Kelp forests are submerged areas with a high concentration of kelp. They occur mainly in cold, nutrient rich waters, and are amid the most beautiful and biologically productive habits in the marine surroundings. They are also found in low open coastal waters and forests that are restricted to temperatures below 20 ºC.
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Kelp forests are underwater areas that contain large amounts of the kelp plant. It is considered to be the most productive ecosystems on Earth.
A kelp forest doesn't have trees in it. It is full of seaweed which grows in the bottom of the sea. Kelp can grow up to 300 feet in a year and will even keep growing when it gets to the top of the water.
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Kelp forests actually occur worldwide in polar and temperate coastal oceans. In 2007, kelp forests were also discovered in tropical ocean waters, off the coast of Ecuador.
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Grebe. Related to the duck, this bird can often be seen diving near kelp forests for small fish. Though similar to their duck relatives, grebes have longer, more slender beaks. Their
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First on the top is the. canopy. then on the middle is the. middle. after that the bottom is the. floor.
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The majority of the Kelp Forest is dominated by the giant kelp. Surf grass is the anchoring system in the forest. Other plants are red coralline algae and fauchea ...
Kelp forests are located in many countries throughout the world such as, Nova Scotia, South Africa, Australia, and Chile. And in 2007 they were found in Ecuador ...
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