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Old 04-16-2013, 11:19 PM   #1
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seahorse giving birth

I was watching tosh and they showed this clip. I was amazed that it was happening inside of a tank.

Check it out!

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Old 04-17-2013, 02:02 AM   #2
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Haha I bet he made a really nasty joke.


It's actually quite beautiful, in a Mother Nature, Gaia sorta way
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Can't wait till I can get seahorses
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Lol. Of course.

Pretty impressive. I didn't realize that the infants have a very low survival rate.
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Amazing. Hopefully someday the survival rates will be better.
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Amazing. Hopefully someday the survival rates will be better.
Pretty sure eons of evolution have figured out what the optimal survival rate for infant sea horses is in the wild.

Captive breeding does improve survival rates if that's what you meant, it's always sad to see any death. I personally cannot watch baby sea turtles hatching on nature shows because they mostly get picked off before hitting the water!
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