Yes, oceans do contain forests. For instance, forests of giant kelp can be found in the Pacific Ocean. Giant kelp can reach heights of up to 125 feet. Like forests on land, a kelp forest can be divided into layers depending on the animals that reside within. In addition, like forests on land, the top of a kelp forest is referred to as the “canopy,” and this is where most of the marine life can be found.
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