Baby seahorse enters the sea. (bb: I can hear the TINY whinny as it emerges. =) tho' I'm looking into it and seems it may be a longspined bullhead fish, Taurulus bubalis vs. seahorse... original site is in Dutch )

Baby seahorse enters the sea. (bb: I can hear the TINY whinny as it emerges. =) tho' I'm looking into it and seems it may be a longspined bullhead fish, Taurulus bubalis vs. seahorse... original site is in Dutch )

no, not babies.... seahorses EAT their babies! The theory is that they cling together to look bigger to predators...still sweet, but realistic. Seahorse with baby in tow. Hold on..

no, not babies.... seahorses EAT their babies! The theory is that they cling together to look bigger to predators...still sweet, but realistic. Seahorse with baby in tow. Hold on..

Even though this is a male sea horse, it's part of Mother Nature's rhythm for this species.

Even though this is a male sea horse, it's part of Mother Nature's rhythm for this species.

baby+seahorses | The Secret Lives of (Baby) Seahorses - ZooBorns

baby+seahorses | The Secret Lives of (Baby) Seahorses - ZooBorns

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