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Brown seaweeds are generally large sturdy plants and don't grow in warmer waters. They are tough and easily withstand lots of wave motion. Some species have bladders filled with air, helping them to float or stand up straight. They often wash ashore in large bunches. All kinds of smaller seaweed species and marine animals live among these bunches. There are around eigthy species of brown seaweed found in the Netherlands.


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