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Baby sting ray - sooooooooooooooo cute!-- Oh my goodness, look at its tiny back feet! This little guy is adorable! I wonder how big he is...

Baby sting ray - sooooooooooooooo cute!-- Oh my goodness, look at its tiny back feet! This little guy is adorable! I wonder how big he is...

Flat-faced seahorse, longnose seahorse,low-crowned seahorse, lub three-spot seahorse.(polskiej nazwy brak).Hippocampus trimaculatus , gatunek ryby z rodziny Igliczniowatych (Syngnathidae). Występuje w Australii,na Wyspach Kokosowych (Keelinga) , Polinezji Francuskiej , Hongkongu , Indiach , Indonezji , Japonii , na Filipinach , Singapurze , Tajwanie , Tajlandii i Wietnamie . Jego naturalnym siedliskiem są płytkie morza .

Flat-faced seahorse, longnose seahorse,low-crowned seahorse, lub three-spot seahorse.(polskiej nazwy brak).Hippocampus trimaculatus , gatunek ryby z rodziny Igliczniowatych (Syngnathidae). Występuje w Australii,na Wyspach Kokosowych (Keelinga) , Polinezji Francuskiej , Hongkongu , Indiach , Indonezji , Japonii , na Filipinach , Singapurze , Tajwanie , Tajlandii i Wietnamie . Jego naturalnym siedliskiem są płytkie morza .

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 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, via: The…

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 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, via: The…

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