Lined Seahorse – Captive-Bred Information
These fish are not great swimmers, and depend on their colors and textures to hide in seagrass, coral, or mangroves. In these areas, they take on smaller prey species by sucking them up with their snouts that are toothless. They pick a mate for a time or an entire lifetime, engage in intricate bonding and courting rituals, and the male bears embryos until they are born in the brood pouch. Seahorses are 7 inches and live up to 4 years. Due to their outstanding camouflage, as well as their bone plates as their body structure, They are not at risk of predatio.