Biodiversity in False Bay
Kelp are algae, which look like plants, floating at water’s surface, and beneath. They grow along rocky coasts, and favor clear, cool waters. So-called ‘kelp forests’ are important for the marine ecosystems, but global warming threatens their distribution in many areas. In many areas, but NOT in South Africa’s False Bay, near Cape Town.
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