sea horse

NOUN
  1. either of two large northern marine mammals having ivory tusks and tough hide over thick blubber
  2. small fish with horse-like heads bent sharply downward and curled tails; swim in upright position
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  • Hungry when born, sea horses eat crustacean larvae and other small creatures with their tubular mouths.
  • Live costumed characters from the Aquarium will stroll around the fairgrounds, including a whale, a shark, and a sea horse.
  • Sea horse has an very interesting form, they are only four to thirty height.
  • Her dim-lighted, low-contrast wet collodion tin types recall daguerreotypes and emit the feeling of quiet awe in discovery, with exquisitely creepy creatures from the depths, including the "Shell Octopus," "Paper Nautilus," and "Sea Horse. Rochester City Newspaper
  • And last summer the first sea horse was recorded in the Thames estuary in 30 years.
  • Little bigger than a pea, the smallest known sea horse, Hippocampus satomiae, was discovered at a depth of about 15 metres on reefs in Time Hobby 2010 Clearly keen to escape the "folktronica" tag, Tunng try for a more organic sound on this fourth album; a set that could WN.com - Articles related to Australian Reef Threatened By Climate Change
  • Tour seven aquariums, housing such species as Atlantic stingrays, sea horses, crabs, blennies, flounder, and puffer fish.
  • A report by the World Wildlife Fund indicates that populations of the sea horse in the Indo-Pacific are being heavily exploited for the Asian traditional medicine market.
  • There are also several small sedentary species that primarily feed on invertebrates including sea horses (Family Syngnathidae), some blennies (Family Labrosomidae), and some gobies (Family Gobiidae). Coral reef fish feeding behavior in the Caribbean
  • These outlines coincided with the part of the brain known as the hippocampus, from the Greek word for sea horse.
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