Huge seaweeds called kelp dominate this aquatic biome at Anacapa Arch, off Anacapa Island, California. Anacapa Island is part of the Channel Islands, whose ocean biome also features dolphins, tuna, sea lions, and crustaceans such as crabs.

Photograph by Antonio Busiello, My Shot
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A biome is an area of the planet that can be classified according to the plants and animals that live in it

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A no-take zone is an area set aside by a government where no extractive activity is allowed. Extractive activity is any action that extracts, or removes, any resource.