The Kelp Highway

Forests of bull kelp, with thick floating masses of brownish-green fronds, have been swaying in ocean waves along the Pacific coasts of the Americas for eons. This marine ecosystem, rich in fish, shellfish, marine mammals, birds and seaweed, made it feasible for the earliest people to migrate by boat southward from Eurasia to South America. We know their route as the Kelp Highway.

By |2021-09-23T14:12:43-07:00September 23rd, 2021|Fabulous Fossils & More|2 Comments
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