Seahorses are a very cool fish. Not the typical shape of a fish but unusual things doesn’t stop there. The males of this species give birth. Depending on the species the number of newborns can be from 10 to over a hundred, approximately 5mm in length.
Seahorses can also change their colour to suit their surroundings.
Their eyes can also work independently on each side of their head. The parents mate for life and greet each other each morning with a courting display.
The females have an area of about 100m square that they roam, where the males ‘stay put’, roaming around a 1m square.