/ 27 January 2024

Researchers help safeguard unique kelp forests

kelp forest
The Great African Seaforest is a unique large-scale marine ecosystem that covers about 1000 kilometres of the South African coast line. Photo: Jannes Landschoff
The forests are found nowhere else in the world and stretch along about 1 000km of the coastline from the Cape into Namibia

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