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  • Seahorse Facts and Information Seahorse and Syngnathidae Family Facts and Information. Feeding, habitat, distribution, reproduction, anatomy and more. Facts about the Common Seahorse, the Pygmy Seahorse, the Leafy Sea Dragon, the Weedy Sea Dragon, the Pipefish among others and the conservation efforts made to preserve seahorses.
  • Facts about Seahorses The seahorse is a very interesting creature that there is plenty to learn about. These facts will help you to identify with them more than you did before.
  • Types of Seahorses Types of Seahorses and Syngnathidae Family including, Common Seahorse, Pygmy Seahorse, Leafy Sea Dragon, Weedy Sea Dragon, Big-belly Seahorse, Pacific Seahorse and Pipefish.
  • Seahorse Species There are more than 40 different species of seahorses found in the world. They are scattered with a wide diversification out there. Some of them are extremely small but others are large.
  • Common Seahorse When you think about the visual look of a seahorse the one that will typically come to mind is that of the Common Seahorse.
  • Pygmy Seahorse The Pygmy Seahorse is one of the newest that have been identified. Since they are so tiny and they blend so well with the surroundings.
  • Leafy Sea Dragon One type of aquatic life is the Leafy Sea Dragon. They are called by this name as they have what looks like a leaf on their body.
  • Weedy Sea Dragon One of the popular species of seahorses is the Weedy Sea Dragon. It can blend in very well to the surroundings.
  • Big-Belly Seahorse The Big-Belly Seahorse is often referred to as the Pot Belly Seahorse. Many people are fascinated with the detailed look of this species. As a result it is one that is often part of the pet trade.
  • Pacific Seahorse The Pacific Seahorse is a well known species due to the wide areas it is found it. This is also one that is commercially grown so that it can be sold as pets.
  • Pipefish The Pipefish isn’t a type of seahorse but rather a sub family of small fish. They do belong to the same family though.
  • Seahorse Information Seahorse information like anatomy, habitat, feeding, reproduction and predators.
  • Seahorse Anatomy The anatomy of the seahorse is very interesting. First they have a face that looks like that of a land horse. Of course that is where the name comes from. They don’t have any genetic link to those horses though.
  • Seahorse Habitat The seahorse is found in many different locations around North and South America. They are typically located in the shallow tropical waters that are quite warm.
  • Seahorse Feeding Using their long snout the seahorse is able to consume their food with ease. They are slow feeders though so it can take them a great deal of time each day to eat.
  • Seahorse Reproduction The process of seahorse reproduction is very interesting. Studies show that the males and females will court for several days. During that period of time they will seem to take part in dancing rituals.
  • Seahorse Predators There are several different predators in the wild that the seahorse has to be careful with. Since these creatures don’t swim well and they don’t have defense mechanisms they are often at the mercy of their environment to protect them.
  • Humans and Seahorses Humans and Seahorses like the conservation of seahorses in aquariums and the influence of seahorses in popular culture
  • Seahorses in Aquariums Due to the unique appearance of the seahorse they are a very common pet. People do like to keep them at home in aquariums
  • Seahorses in Popular Culture One of the most common elements of seahorses used in popular culture has to do with them being used in various types of herbs by the Chinese.