• edible raw.
  • in midsummer, herring eggs can be attached to giant kelp, and can also be eaten.
  • can be found in the lower intertidal and upper subtidal regions.
  • reaches lengths of 30 meters (99')
  • has long blades running from a central stem, each blade having a float at its base.
  • forms canopies on the ocean surface.
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