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Leafy Sea Dragon Photo by William Cushman — National Geographic Your Shot

This reclusive marine fish is related to the seahorse. Found in South Australian waters, it is unusual to find one in captivity. Photo taken at the Dallas World Aquarium in Dallas, TX.

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Leafy Sea Dragon : Named after the dragons of Chinese mythology, Leafy Sea-dragons resemble a piece of drifting seaweed as they float in the seaweed-filled water. Also known as “Australian seahorses” in Australia.

Believe it or not, the sea dragon is a real animal! There are two kinds: the leafy sea dragon and the weedy sea dragon. Both species resemble mythical dragons due to their body shape, and are related to the seahorse.

Sea Dragon - Unbelievable Floating Specters

Leaf Seahorse-saw these recently at the Monterey Bay Aquarium!! Very odd looking

Weedy seadragons are masters of camouflage. These colorful fish are found only in Australia, although you may be able to see them at aquariums. Here you can learn more about where weedy seadragons live, what they eat and how they reproduce.

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Leafy sea dragon

animal that I only just discovered existed. The Leafy Sea Dragon

A diminutive Leafy Sea Dragon with delicate fins used for camouflage.  Location:	Melbourne Aquarium, Victoria Australia.  Photographer:	JASON EDWARDS/National Geographic Stock

A diminutive Leafy Sea Dragon with delicate fins used for camouflage. by Jason Edwards

We used to see this type of sea horse pretty regularly at the La Jolla aquarium. It was our fave.

Nordsee: Seepferdchen aufgetaucht

The leafy sea dragon is one of those amazing marine fish, which has leaf-like protrusions all over its body. Here is a brief overview about these interesting marine creature that is related to the seahorse.

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