As Oceans Warm, the World’s Kelp Forests Begin to Disappear

Source: Inside Climate News

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Kelp forests, which provide food and shelter for a variety of marine species, are disappearing as warmer waters invite in an invasive sea urchin species that mows down vegetation. In Tasmania, 95 percent of kelp forests are gone; the California coast is losing its kelp, too.

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