July 20, 2015

Cedros, Mexico

Photograph by Fabrice Guerin

Lush kelp forests harbor sea lions and other creatures—plus a topsy-turvy human visitor—in the Pacific waters around Cedros Island in Mexico's Baja California. The swaying stalks of kelp offer sea lions a fish buffet and safety from predators.

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