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Seahorses anchor themselves to sea grasses and corals with their prehensile tails. They lack teeth, sucking in small animals through their snout like a straw. They can eat up to 3,000 crustaceans, fish, and zooplankton a day!
Cape Seahorse – Endangered, IUCN 2012
All other species Data Deficient or Vulnerable; visit The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species for more information.
Shallow tropical and temperate waters throughout the world
Fish and Amphibians Zone of the Sculpture Learning Plaza