Seahorse & Seadragon
Exists in Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines and lives in coral reefst a depth of 6 to 10 m.
Grows to size of 1 to 4 inches
This type is the slowest among seahorses, for this reason it depends on stealth to stay alive!
Live in Indonesia, and it is the smallest among seahorses (13 mm):
Located in the western Atlantic and lives in Carolina, Bermuda, Brazil, and changes colorfrom black to orange, yellow and red.
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One of the largest types of seahorses in the world, up to a length of 35 cm.
what makes this kind special is that each eye can move separately, which makes it easier for him to find food and avoid any potential predators !
One of the smallest seahorse species where size up from 2 to 5 inches, and belongs to the genus hippocampus:
Lives in India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, Philippines, and it's maximum size is 18.7 cm
Feeds on small fish and coral reefs and small shrimp and plankton, and Uitinob colorbetween yellow and black
Belongs to the class 'fish fin ray' which is indigenous to the South Seas of Japan and south to the waters around Micronesia, Australia, and occurs in shallow areas around theprotected coral, and grows up to 7 inches.
Lives in Australia and southern New South Wales from north to south, Japan, and East Pakistan, and the Hawaiian Islands. The colors vary between black, brown, yellow, red and orange. The size is about 30 cm.
Short Head Seahorse:
Living in Australia and in Bass Strait Victoria and Tasmania and south to Port Arthur -Tasmania. Height of up to 100 mm, and color of pale gray or yellow Obertqala with a combination of many small black spots.
Livs in the Chesapeake Bay and as far north as Calvert County, Maryland, size is about 5 to 6 inches, and the colors vary from yellow to orange , brown, gray and black. known from it's dark lines on the neck, head and back and a long nose.
White Sea Horse
Long snout Seahorse
The leafy sea dragon
The leafy sea dragon, aka leafy seadragon or Glauert's seadragon, get their common names from the leaf-like appendages on the body. The leafy sea dragon has more of the leaf-like appendages on the body than the closely-related weedy sea dragon. Both species resemble floating pieces of seaweed which makes them difficult for predators to find in their natural habitat. They reach a total length of 35 cm.
These superbly camouflaged fishes are only found in Australia's temperate waters. This species has only been recorded from the southern coastline of Australia, from Kangaroo Island, South Australia to Rottnest Island, Western Australia. These fishes live over sand patches among kelp-covered rocks below the low tide line in depths from about 3-50 m.
The leafy sea dragon, Phycodurus eques, has a long pipe-like snout with a small terminal mouth. It feeds on plankton, mysids and other small crustaceans. One of the most spectacular examples of camouflage: neither prey nor predators recognize it as a fish.