The underwater Kelp Forests are truly beautiful and serene. These forests are tall and are home to a large variety of marine life including Gully shark, Shy shark, Pyjama shark, crabs and many species of fish. In between the Kelp Forests are stunning reefs, with gullies and swim-throughs.
These forests fulfil a similar function to their California counterparts, providing food and shelter for a wealth of marine life, ranging from commercial species like lobster, crayfish and abalone to top predators like the Cape fur seal. Perhaps the most fascinating aspect of the Cape Kelp forests is the variety of shark species that call these pseudo-arboreal environments home. The kelp forests of False Bay are home to a number of rarely seen shark species, including the charismatic Pyjama catshark and the Shy spotted-gully shark.
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