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Seahorses are named for their equine-like head and prefer to live in sheltered areas such as coral reefs. Seahorses are one of the few animal breeds where the male gives birth rather than the female.
Seahorses are mostly endangered because some people use them for medicinal purposes. . because people like catching them for souvenirs and they also like drying them.. Chinese also catch them because they use them for medicine.
Believe it or not, a fish.
Seahorses eat plankton and tiny crustaceans such as small shrimp.
No, they live in the sunlight area
Besides the fact that the babies are much smaller, there is no external difference between the two.
I believe it's the Lined Seahorse according to Sarasota Bay'sWebsite. sarasotabay.org
Yes the female seahorse can't have babies!!
they are microscopic and pretty
Basically, the seahorse's only defence is to camouflage itself, which also has a meaning of blending in with it's surroundings so that the predator can't see it.
Keep the Seahorses in water.
to live under the sea
Yes seahorses have 3 fins. One is the dorsal fin and I don't know what the other 2 are called . Type your answer here... .
Yes. Seahorses are a genus of fish belonging to the familySyngnathidae with over 32 species known at present.
Seahorses and pipefish are the only two animals that the males are'pregnant'. The female deposits the eggs in the males pouch wherehe fertilizes them and carries them till they are ready to leavethe pouch.
Unlike with humans, the male seahorse gives birth to the babies.Since it has the fertilization pouch, all a female must do isdeposit the eggs in there.
Sea horses look like horses but a sea horse is a fish and a horse is a mammal.
There are 53 species of sea horses located all over the world. Afew are the Longnose sea horse, the Giant sea horse and the Dwarfsea horse.
A Very small structured adult sea Horse, with Large Eyes Dis-proportioned to their Bodies. Their Behavior patterns are as expected with most Offspring; They stick to Their parents Closely,l But unlike other offspring, They are closer to their Father.
They live in large seagrass beds, saltmarsh and margrove areas in the australian coastal waters. They camaflouge in seaweed, to hide from there predators. They swim with 3 types of algea Macrocystis, Ecklonia and Lessonia.
Banned Pipefish commonly refers to Doryrhamphus dactyliophorus. This species is not endangered.. There are not many species of pipefish that are listed as endangered, currently 47 are on the IUCNs red list, however there are hundreds of species of pipefish.
crabs, larger fish, and man that catch them to eat
small fish,shrimp and plankton.
Blennies reproduce by laying eggs and reproducing sexually. Theylay eggs inside the caves they live in and will guarded it untilthe young hatch.
Seahorses are very weak swimmers so they are VERY hard to feed and have a hard time running from predators or aggressive fish. They often are very slow eaters too. My seahorse would try to attack food in stealthy manners. Their fry also rarely live.
All male seahorses carry children rather than females.
1 so they cannot mate anymore and they will die soon
How do seahorses reproduce? Sea horse males do not become pregnat, the female seahorse produces eggs and then passes them to the male, who holds them in a pouch on his belly. Courtship can last for 12 hours, with the pair performing elaborate dances and displays. With their tails entwined, the...
COMMON NAME: . seahorse. KINGDOM: . Animalia. PHYLUM: . Chordata. CLASS: . Osteichthyes. ORDER: . Sygnathiformes. FAMILY: . Syngnathidae. GENUS SPECIES: . Hippocampus spp..
sea horse population graphs
No, they have a backbone.
These animals live in a mediterranean forest: Amphibians . Common toad Birds . Common cuckoo . African fish eagle . American black vulture . Andean condor . Eleonora's falcon . Golden eagle . Honey buzzard . Kestrel . Lammergeier . Peregrine falcon . Red kite ....
Sea horses do in fact eat small shrimps! They also eat very smallfish and plankton. They're not very picky, it seems, since theyjust eat anything that's small and living.
Leafy sea dragons are subject to many threats, both natural and man-made. They are caught by collectors, and used in alternative medicine. They are vulnerable when first born, and are slow swimmers, reducing their chance of escape from a predator. Seadragons are often washed ashore after storms, as...
warm blooded i have one at home
yes they are cold blooded
Sea horses eat their food through their snout. Sea horses eatcontinuously as they do not have completely functional digestivesystems.
they live near bits of coral their colour so they can blend in
\n. Apart from size, baby seahorses have all the features of the adult seahorses from the moment they hatch.
It help the seahorses to swim, keep their balance and even mate!
seahorses use their tail and fins to swim.
warm blooded because they are mammals
No, they are kind of like marsupials and have a pouch for their eggs
You can go to a pet store or try buying one off the internet.
They do it to have babies of course and to not be lonly without a child that they made
i think the horse live up to 35 years
Horsea is the seahorse Pokemon.
Seahorses are fish that live underwater and breath with gills, andhave fins.
It is considered a fish because it is cold-blooded, has fins to help it swim and gills to help it breathe in water. Because they breath water not air.
As with the vast majority of bony fish, flounders are exothermic or cold-blooded.
confidence and grace.
See the link below for a picture of a seahorse
peanut butter is Camel spit
Marmots are warm-blooded.They hibernate during winter.
The Male sea horse don't have babies. The Female does. She laies the eggs in the Male's pouch and the Male proctects them until they hatch then he lets them free!! Yay!!!
Yes they are coldblooded.
Lampreys are considered to be cold blooded as they use exothermic means to control their body temperature. This means that they control their temperature via external means by taking advantage of the environment around them. This would include things like sunning on rocks to warm up, or shading...
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Sea horses do not hibernate or migrate.
A Seahorse looks like this... As you can see, they've got a curved tail and long noses. They can be loads of different colours.
Sea Dragons courtship is a dance like act. The pair will copy eachothers every movements until they mate. Then the female will give her eggs to the male on his tail and he will take care of the young.
Yes, seahorses do have a tail of a monkey I know right weired.
If they are tired
The deepest I've ever heard of a sea horse being found was just today off the NC coast at 109 Ft. In fact I was checking to see if that's common when I found this page. According to the ID books they're not usually found deeper than 40 Ft.
no there isn't an animal who is cold blooded and warm blooded they are either cold blooded or warm blooded.
a seahorse does have a pouch
no there are diffrent types
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Because humans use them for medicine and treatments. Many use them to put in there house to observe. Others just fish them for fun and kill them for decorations. That's why there are 600 left in the world.
where do sea horses live
A seahorses is a fish that has a long, tube-shaped mouth that looks something like the snout of a horse.
sharks because they eat fish
Capture them from the ocean and then breed hundreds
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Moles are mammals, therefore warm blooded.
Seahorses Seahorses are found in seas along temperate coasts and in the oceans of the tropics. They are a kind of fish (Hippocampus) that likes shallow tropical and temperate waters all over the world. They typically live at a depth of 60 to 70 feet below the ocean's surface, but some live a little...
Seahorses have few natural predators due to their excellentcamouflaging skills and sedentary lifestyle. Their predatorsinclude the tuna, rays, penguins, and water birds.
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i dont think so becuz they should eat like a family
\n. They basically are a leafy sea dragon is more yellow or brown while a weedy sea dragon is a reddish color.
i think it is cold blooded
Yes. As a lobsterman fishing in southern Maine, I have caught one in my trap. Also over the years, a few other lucky lobstermen have also caught them. They are very rare, and I only know of about 6 or 8 of them being caught in the last 20 years.
No. Seahorses are found in shallow tropical and temperate waters. They are distributed in the Eastern Atlantic from Great Britain to Morocco, Africa and the Mediterranean.