Seaweed is Abundant Along the Shoreline
Bladderwrack seaweeds are important for fish and birds...
...and it's fun to pop the bubbles, too.
Free-floating clumps of seaweed are common in the open water and along the shoreline in Saglek Fjord. The brown algae shelters small organisms which are a food source for fish and birds. Humans eat it this seaweed too, it's a good source of iodine and other nutrients.
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