So yesterday morning my male seahorse delivered a bunch of babies. Which is good because i was really worried he had a pouch problem but bad because i was not prepared and most of them died/were eaten. It was a bad morning . . . .\r\n\r\nBut i figured i would post some pics. \r\n\r\n[IMG]http://i845.photobucket.com/albums/ab19/little_fish2012/DSCN2883.jpg[/IMG]\r\n\r\nI did manage to save 3 of them and i put them in my cheato/pod culture jar and the above is the pic of one swimming around. Sadly one of them died later that night, but i got to take some better pics then\r\n\r\n[IMG]http://i845.photobucket.com/albums/ab19/little_fish2012/DSCN2889.jpg[/IMG]\r\n\r\nthat is my pinky by the way, which measures in a mere 5/16 of an inch\r\n\r\n[IMG]http://i845.photobucket.com/albums/ab19/little_fish2012/DSCN2887.jpg[/IMG]\r\n\r\n\r\nAnyways, the there are still two alive (hopefully, ive been at work the past few hours) and while one is looking not so hot the other is looking pretty good. I dont have high hopes of raising these guys, but im going to try to raise a few from another hatch. There are also a bunch of local reefers interesting in trying to raise them, so hopefully someone will have some success with them!