yes and male sea horses carry the babies in a pouch
Either female or male sea horses can become pregnant.
Sea horses are not hermaphrodites. The male however carries and fertilizes the eggs.
Horses of the sea, or sea horses.
Easy... the male
Yes, sea horses do feed and protect their kids. Both male and female sea horses can have babies. they can have up to 1000 in one day and they come out of the sea horses stomach
No They just give birth
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.
male sea horses produce 100-200 baby sea horses! once a male sea horse even produced 1,257 young in one day! amazing, right?!?!
no sea horses and normal horses are completely different. sea horses get there name because they are sea creatures that somewhat look like actual horses that you ride
a group of horses is called a herd, and a male horse is a stallion
no the only male animal that can lay eggs are sea horses
Sea Horses lay eggs .
No, but they have a sort of pouch where they carry their young.
Swimming and caring for its young (the male does, if it has any).
The nick name of the camargue horses is "horses of the sea"
Sea horses lay their eggs in the male. The male has a special pouch that will carry the eggs until they all hatch.
the answer is : the horses name is Mare the moon sets at the sea. :)
The female deposits the eggs in a pouch on the male seahorse's stomachs. When the eggs hatch, the pouch opens, and tiny, tiny sea horses swim out.
The male holdsthe baby and gives berth also.
I think male sea horses are the ones that produces babies
Male horses are stallions, neutered adult males are geldings, and baby male horses are colts.