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- Seahorses are monogamous—they mate for life. Astoundingly, it is the male who gives birth to the tiny young.
- There are close to 40 species; the biggest is 12 inches long and the smallest, when stretched out, is the size of a penny.
- With its tale wrapped around sea grass, the sea horse uses its snout to suck in and eat tiny zooplankton that drift by.
- Fluttering 35 times each second, the tiny, transparent fins are less about speed than maneuverability for the sea horse.