Sea horses are related to the pipefish. This strange fish, no longer than 15 centimeters, lives between eelgrass and seaweed, which it grips with its tail. Sea horses eat mainly small crustaceans and fish larvae. The eggs of sea horses are carried by the males in a pouch. Sea horses live mostly in the Mediterranean Sea, but have found more often in recent years in the Wadden Sea as well.
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