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Beneath the sunlit waters inhabited by kelp forests are the colourful invertebrate reefs comprised of seawhips, sponges, yellow zoanthids, and home to large schools of fish. The invasive black long-spined sea urchin (Centrostephanus rogersii) grazes on juvenile kelp and sponges. Governor Island Marine Reserve, Bicheno.

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