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LOOK CAREFULLY at this photo.  This is a Pregnant male seahorse giving birth.  Amazing!

LOOK CAREFULLY at this photo. This is a Pregnant male seahorse giving birth. Amazing!

seahorse pictures | pygmy sea horse pops out of its father’s pouch tail first at birth ...

seahorse pictures | pygmy sea horse pops out of its father’s pouch tail first at birth ...

Little known fact about seahorses.  Both male and female give birth.

Little known fact about seahorses. Both male and female give birth.

Seahorse, Hippocampus, with Babies  it is actually the male seahorse that gives birth to the babies, the female deposits her eggs into the males pouch where he carries them and delivers them. They are delivered fully formed miniature seahorses. In this image you see them all in the water with the fully grown seahourse.  When you see how many babies they have I am glad I’m not a seahorse!

Seahorse, Hippocampus, with Babies it is actually the male seahorse that gives birth to the babies, the female deposits her eggs into the males pouch where he carries them and delivers them. They are delivered fully formed miniature seahorses. In this image you see them all in the water with the fully grown seahourse. When you see how many babies they have I am glad I’m not a seahorse!

A Male Seahorse Giving Birth! — with Ivy Zacharias.

A Male Sea Horse with Young Emerging from Birthing Sac

Well, not a jelly but, nonetheless, quite cosmic!! Rare red Hippocampus reidi seahorse

Well, not a jelly but, nonetheless, quite cosmic!! Rare red Hippocampus reidi seahorse

Seahorse love, they hold tails with their mate when they sleep! Most types of seahorses pair for life. Female seahorses lay their eggs inside a pouch on the male seahorse’s belly. When the babies are ready to hatch, the male holds onto a piece of seaweed with his tail and rocks back and forth until the babies pop out of his pouch

Seahorse love, they hold tails with their mate when they sleep! Most types of seahorses pair for life. Female seahorses lay their eggs inside a pouch on the male seahorse’s belly. When the babies are ready to hatch, the male holds onto a piece of seaweed with his tail and rocks back and forth until the babies pop out of his pouch

Even though this is a male sea horse, it's part of Mother Nature's rhythm for this species.

Even though this is a male sea horse, it's part of Mother Nature's rhythm for this species.

Short Head Seahorse (Hippocampus breviceps) - South Australia

Short Head Seahorse (Hippocampus breviceps) - South Australia

DSC00395crop2: Photo by Photographer charles van riper - photo.net

DSC00395crop2: Photo by Photographer charles van riper - photo.net