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Seahorse - Disney Fact: Many seahorses mate for life.Many seahorses are monogamous, meaning they mate for life. The male and female have an elaborate, daily courtship ritual, involving a "dance" where they entwine their tails, and may change colors. (http://marinelife.about.com/od/invertebrates/tp/10-Facts-About-Seahorses.htm)

Seahorse - Disney Fact: Many seahorses mate for life.Many seahorses are monogamous, meaning they mate for life. The male and female have an elaborate, daily courtship ritual, involving a "dance" where they entwine their tails, and may change colors. (http://marinelife.about.com/od/invertebrates/tp/10-Facts-About-Seahorses.htm)

Real Purple Seahorses | Recent Photos The Commons Getty Collection Galleries World Map App ...

Real Purple Seahorses Recent Photos The Commons Getty Collection Galleries World Map App .

no, not babies.... seahorses EAT their babies! The theory is that they cling together to look bigger to predators...still sweet, but realistic. Seahorse with baby in tow. Hold on..

seahorses EAT their babies! The theory is that they cling together to look bigger to predators.still sweet, but realistic. Seahorse with baby in tow. Hold on.

Seahorse

animals, pets, and.a Pygmy seahorse! who knew a seahorse could have such a cute face?

The Pygmy Seahorse...Is this for real?!  It's so strange and cute!

Seahorses Vince Vance, pygmy seahorses comprise several species of tiny seahorse in the syngnathid

Seahorse, so beautiful

There are about 40 known species of seahorse. Seahorses prefer to swim in pairs with their tails linked together. They swim upright and avoid predators by mimicking the colour of underwater plants.

Seahorses

A few animal facts that should bring a smile to your face : Seahorses mate for life, and when they travel they hold each other’s tails.

Beauty in nature

A hot pink starfish found on a SW Florida beach. Apparently, starfish can be the most amazingly intense colours but they fade quite rapidly when they get washed up. This one can't have been out of the sea for long then!

Seadragon

Weedy seadragons are masters of camouflage. These colorful fish are found only in Australia, although you may be able to see them at aquariums. Here you can learn more about where weedy seadragons live, what they eat and how they reproduce.

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