A Cavalcade of Seahorses Pregnant seahorse males, bellies big with embryos, rest in seagrass.
rhamphotheca: “ Monogamous Animals: Sea Horses Scientists have studied only a handful of species of seahorses (genus Hippocampus), but all of them appear to practice some form of monogamy. After her eggs are fertilized, a female seahorse passes them.
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Seahorse - Photo by Nicholas Samaras. "There are between 30 and 40 species of seahorse, and possibly many more." A seahorse is a fish!
Sea Horses are monogamous life mates and travel holding each other’s tails. They protect one to the other and go together in the current of the sea and in the stream of time.