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What is the seahorse behavior?

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07/12/2009

The seahorse has the eyes of a lizard, which mean one eye looks left while the other eye looks right. Both eyes do not look ahead like our eyes do. This unique ability allows the seahorse to look for enemies with one eye while searching for food with the other eye.The sea horse relies on its ability to camouflage itself for protection against predators like large fish, birds, crabs and sea turtles.