Hanny Plantinga

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Sea Horses- according to scientists all of them appear to practice some form of monogamy. After her eggs are fertilized, a female seahorse passes them to her male partner, who carries them in a pouch until they hatch. The males probably incubate one female’s eggs at a time, and it appears that some species remain bonded throughout the breeding season and perhaps even longer. (photo: Michael Bentley)

rhamphotheca: “ Monogamous Animals: Sea Horses Scientists have studied only a handful of species of seahorses (genus Hippocampus), but all of them appear to practice some form of monogamy. After her eggs are fertilized, a female seahorse passes them.

⭐Glowing Seahorse⭐

Spiny sea horse I love the color blue and I love seahorses so this image makes me happy. I don't want to make a still life of this, but I want to use the color and the shape. I also want to acquire a pet seahorse.

PHYLLOPTERYX TAENIOLATUS, also known as the weedy seadragon, is a marine fish related to the sea horse found in the waters around Australia.

PHYLLOPTERYX TAENIOLATUS, also known as the weedy seadragon, is a marine fish related to the sea horse found in the waters around Australia. I know this is supposed to be serious, but doesn't it look like it's hunting for the booty?

hippybeachgirl:  hippybeachgirl

SHAME it's just male Seahorses that carry & birth the babies! Sea horses are truly unique, they are monogamous and mate for life. Rarer still, they are among the only animal species on Earth in which the male bears the unborn young.