Mallory Smith

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Off the coast of Palos Verdes, the ocean floor is home to millions of purple urchins… and not much else. Kelp forests are iconic to the California coastline. Southern California…

Divers restore kelp forest off Palos Verdes – one dead sea urchin at a time

Off the coast of Palos Verdes, the ocean floor is home to millions of purple urchins… and not much else. Kelp forests are iconic to the California coastline. Southern California…

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