Birth of Seahorses

My Greek blogging friend Marina posted this wonderful piece about seahorses.  My very favorite part is the video at the end showing the amazing birth of seahorses.

Saving the seahorse

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7 thoughts on “Birth of Seahorses

  1. M. L. Kappa November 4, 2016 / 11:08 am

    Thank you, Dinata! I’m very flattered and happy you liked my post. X

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  2. cas olverson November 4, 2016 / 12:50 pm

    anyone who doesn’t fall in love with seahorses doesn’t deserve the privilege of taking up space on this planet. IMNSHO. that said, i saw an incredible hour long program on seahorses some years ago, probably on NatGeoWild or something similar. seahorses are so amazing, so frail, so endangered, so out of this world — i was in tears for most of the program even though it was trying to be an upbeat presentation. we have seen them in the surf down in Duck NC sometimes. so wonderful. so precious.

    Fred and niece Susan’s hubby Ives Murray (did you met them in Marathon last year maybe? gorgeous wonderful people) left Wednesday morning enroute to the American Caribbean. they’re stuck in Coinjock NC for a couple days b/c of fierce winds on Albermarle Sound. a real hardship. right! Coinjock Marina only being one of his favorite places 😉

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    • Dinata Misovec November 4, 2016 / 8:00 pm

      Oh yes, I remember Susan and Ives. Does Fred get one of those giant slabs of meat. That could last him for a week. I agree, seahorses are amazing. I loved the giving birth video and watched it over and over. It looked as though Papa was sneezing out babies by the hundreds.

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