Unlike most other fish, seahorses are monogamous and mate for life.
They are also among the only animal species in which the male bears the unborn young.
They vary in size from .6" to 14" long.
From 00ga to 1-1/2"
in Curly Maple, Pink Ivory or Osage Orange woods
Seahorses have no teeth and no stomach.
Food passes through their digestive systems so quickly, they must eat almost constantly to stay alive.
Population data for most of the world’s 35 seahorse species is sparse. However, worldwide coastal habitat depletion, pollution, and rampant harvesting, mainly for use in Asian traditional medicine, have made several species vulnerable to extinction.
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