Did you know that a seahorse is really a fish?
Not only that, it’s the slowest fish in the ocean, moving at a speed of only 1.5 metres (5 feet) every hour. That’s slightly faster than a snail. And in case you were wondering, seahorses are NOT related to horses.
A seahorse gradually sneaks up on its prey without creating a disturbance in the water. They can even camouflage themselves in the seaweed to ambush their dinner.
Around 36 species of seahorse can be found in tropical and temperate coastal waters, so keep a lookout!
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