Aâline of kelp is visible on the water in this photo taken June 1 at Pico Creek in San Simeon. Kelp absorbs carbon dioxide and releases clean oxygen, and kelp forests offer sea otters and fish protection from predators.
Aâline of kelp is visible on the water in this photo taken June 1 at Pico Creek in San Simeon. Kelp absorbs carbon dioxide and releases clean oxygen, and kelp forests offer sea otters and fish protection from predators. Special to The Cambrian
Aâline of kelp is visible on the water in this photo taken June 1 at Pico Creek in San Simeon. Kelp absorbs carbon dioxide and releases clean oxygen, and kelp forests offer sea otters and fish protection from predators. Special to The Cambrian

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