The great kelp forests off our coast grow up to two feet a day under ideal conditions. At their peak, individual strands can reach over 100 feet in length. Usually, however, they are ripped from ...
"All year the kelp does its work, picking up everything lost at sea. It is a bank, and it stank."
Posted February 26, 2019
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