Seahorse Facts

First, the average life span of a seahorse in the wild is 1 to 4 years. They can grow from 0.6 to 14 inches. Also, there are about 47 different species of seahorses. Another interesting fact about seahorses is that they don't swim fast. Because of their body shape, they can easily die of exhaustion when swimming in stormy seas. Another known fact is that they are herbivores, therefore they eat a mixture of plant and animal matter. They eat by sucking their prey into its elongated snout. Seahorses usually eat brine shrimp, plankton, tiny species of algae, and fish. Seahorses can be found in shallow tropical waters throughout the world. They live in sheltered areas such as seagrass beds, estuariescoral reefs, or mangroves. As you can see, seahorses are very interesting mini dragons of the sea.

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