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- Click for Clue #1: This thing gets its energy from the sun.
- Click for Clue #2: It lives in and below the intertidal zone.
- Click for Clue #3: Chitons like to eat it.
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This Sea Cabbage Kelp is the longest we have found of its type. See Amy's feet in the bottom of the photo to get a sense of its size. They can grow to be about 5 feet (1.5 m) long and this one was just about that long. They are actually algae, brown algae to be specific.