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I wonder, do fish live in kelp besides for protection?
Question Date: 2017-08-28
Answer 1:

Many fish do live in kelp forests for protection, but others live in kelp forests for other reasons, such as finding food.


Answer 2:

Here's an article about what lives in kelp forests:

kelp lives

Fish live in kelp forests, but they swim around, so they swim in and out of the kelp forests. Animals that don't swim can live in the kelp forests for more of their lives. A lot of those animals live at the bottom of the kelp forest, in and on the holdfasts that anchor the kelp to the bottom of the ocean where the forest is.



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