DAVID HALL / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY DAVID HALL / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY
Long-snout seahorse. View of a long-snout seahorse (Hippocampus reidi) amongst algae. Seahorses are small fish with bony armour surrounding their bodies. They swim slowly by beating their nearly invisible fins. They have prehensile tails for grasping onto strands of plant matter, and are coloured to camouflage themselves amongst the plants in which they live and feed. Photographed around the Cayman Islands.
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