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  1.  Seahorses really are a very unique. This can be quite obvious once you take a look at them and you may see quite clearly how they got their namesake. Their heads look as being a horses. But in addition these are unique in where did they breed as well as for the fact that they mate for life!
  2.  These are found in tropical temperatures and environments. A seahorse can mature to become as much as 14 inches or they are often no more than one-half inch! Possibly the most breathtaking benefit of sea horses is always that the men're individuals give birth on the young.
  3.  Before they breed they should first court each other. This courtship often lasts for a few days as they dance with one another. During this dance they could change colors. Throughout the courtship dance they swim side by side holding each others tails or sometimes they grip exactly the same piece of grass just like their holding hands. Following a very long time accomplishing this they then embark on your courtship dance. This dance often lasts 8 hours long! In this dance the seahorse pumps water into his egg pouch until it reveals from the pressure building inside if the female is aware that he is not pregnant she lays eggs in him because they attach their snouts together and begin to drift. During this time his body begins to swell in the hundreds of eggs while her body starts to thin.
  6.  The male then produces sperm which ferments the eggs after which he closes his pouch. Then he begins to feed his many children. His children develop very quickly in a matter of weeks in reality. Do your best he provides them with the same hormones that are responsible for baby milk. During this time she visits him each day for about 6 minutes.
  7.  Eventually he or she is able to give birth and through muscular contractions his young are born. He usually performs this at night so that once the mother involves him through the next morning they're able to begin the method a whole new. They don't take care of their children after birth however for the reason that male keeps them safe until their born (rather than just laying the eggs and leaving) the rate of survival is higher (though only 5%).
  8.  Sea horses despite their efficient strategies to reproduction are pretty weak animals. They can not swim well and also a very inefficient digestion systems. No one else stomach so it is much harder to allow them to get nutrients and store nutrients so that they must consume a lot. Nevertheless they end up very tired in a short time while swimming rendering it harder to hightail it from predators and have to new food sources. They eat by putting their snouts onto rocks and sucking up nutrients.
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