This group includes bony fish and cartilaginous fish such as sharks, skates and rays that live in a variety of habitats including kelp forests, sandy bottoms, open water and rocky reefs. There are over 300 species of fish in Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary. The sanctuary provides critical habitat for many recreationally and commercially important species, which play an important role in the ecosystem and our economy.

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