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Bull Kelp (Nereocystis luetkeana) failed at low tide in the Bay of San Josef, north of Vancouver Island, These giant algae can reach 30 m in height and form veritable underwater forests of exceptional biodiversity, Cape Scott Provincial Park, British Columbia, Canada

© Jean-Philippe Delobelle / Biosphoto

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Image size: 5967x3983 pixels (19.9"x13.3" @300dpi)

Shooting date : 2017-07-26

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Area / Strand / Sand shore / Sand beach

Earth's crust / Landform / Hill

Atmosphere / Seasons / Temperate season / Summer

Shot / Overview

Light effect / Reflection

Atmosphere / Meteorological phenomenon / Tide / Low tide

Flora / Alga / Brown alga / Phaeophyta / Kelp / Bull Kelp (Nereocystis luetkeana)

Area / Marine area / Water movement / Wave / Surf


World sea and ocean / Pacific Ocean / North Pacific Ocean

Individual / Nobody

Environment / Biodiversity management / Environment management / Environment protection / Provincial Park

America / North America / Canada / British Columbia (Province of) / Vancouver Island / Cape Scott Provincial Park

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Eukaryota / Archaeplastida / Thallophyta / Phaeofyta / Heterogeneratae / Lessoniaceae / Nereocystis

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