Northern California’s critical kelp forests in danger, impacting larger ocean ecosystem

There’s an ecological crisis off the coast of Northern California: Purple sea urchins are invading and destroying kelp forests on the seabed. Climate change and other factors have allowed the urchins to flourish, putting countless other species, which rely on kelp forests, at risk.


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