Seahorses in the News

Discussion in 'Seahorses and Pipefish' started by Picasso, Jan 25, 2011.

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    Picasso Seahorse Whisperer

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    Thanks Cath
     
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    Cool article, I never thought about why they look the way they do.
     
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    That's a very neat article indeed! Thanks for posting it :)
     
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    Anyone that has heard the audible snap seahorses can make in a tank when they strike for the mysis can really relate to this article.

    Thanks for the link, very cool!
     
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    Nice Catherine. Thanks!
     
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    +1 cool article!
     
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