Seahorse

Seahorse

Short Snout Seahorses are shy creatures that feed very frequently because of their small digestive tract, on small shrimp called Mysis and Pacifica.

The male Seahorses looks after the brood of babies in his pouch, so the female can start producing a new batch of eggs immediately, to increase the total number of young the pair create.

Things to Do:

  • Find out why the Seahorse is endangered in the wild
  • Learn why they hold onto the seas bedding plants
  • Watch our beautiful seahorses in Seahorse Temple
  • Find out why Seahorses reproduce every 3 months!
  • See how SEA LIFE Conservation works to save the Seahorse
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