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Kelp (80984 bytes)

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In the spring when the kelp starts to grow, it will attach to rocks that may ultimately be too small to anchor it. When the seaweed gets too large, the waves will push the kelp up on shore with the rock still attached.

Location: Sitka National Historical Park, Sitka, Alaska

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