Yes, there is a huge variety of kelp! Kelp comes in different colors and sizes much like trees in a forest.
Kelp can thrive in the marine environments ranging from freezing waters of the Arctic circle to warmer, shallow coast waters. They may be perennials or annuals. Some different species are Cymathera triplicata, Alaria fistulosa, Laminaria groenlandica, Nereocystis luetkeana, Agarum fimbriatum, and Macrocystis pyrifera. Kelp species may expression variation in color shading. Additionally, they have different structures. Some species are attached to rocks on the ocean floor with a long stem connecting to the fronds on the surface. Other types of kelp resemble large lily pads.
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