The thing is, it isn't the female who has the babies. A female
seahorse will deposit her eggs in a pouch on the male's stomach,
where they are fertilized. Then the male carries the eggs while
they mature, until tiny, tiny, but fully formed seahorses are ready
to swim out.
A seahorse is a vertebrate, a fish. It has some unusual
characteristics like when it swims it swims in an upright position
and the male has the babies instead of the female!
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The female seahorse lays its eggs in the Male's pouch where the
eggs are fertilised and is where the eggs grow. The male "gives
birth" to the tiny seahorses a few days later, and the babies are
completely independent from the male who may choose to see them as
A seahorse is a small aquatic creature that has a tail which
curls in spiral. One interesting trait of the species is that it is
the male who carries the babies. A dolphin is a mammal, much
larger, that is between gray and blue color. They have been known
to kill sharks!
You don't really have to have a male seahorse if you have
a female sea horse but if you want to have little baby sea horses
you can have a male sea horse. If i were you i would want a male
sea horse for company for the female.