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Seahorses are not great swimmers. They have a small fin on their back. Their fins flutter up to 35 times per second to propel themselves through the water. 

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Seahorses mate for life. Once they find a mate, they perform a dance that lasts several days to reinforce their bond.

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Seahorses can move their eyes independently to scan their surroundings. They have the ability to see in both directions at the same time.

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Seahorses don't have a stomach. Their digestive systems are not very efficient. They can consume up to 3,000 brine shrimp in a single day.

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Seahorses are very vulnerable to pollution and habitat destruction. The trade-in seahorses are massive and have resulted in decreased population.

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They are considered a symbol of good luck and fortune in many cultures.

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They can change color to blend in with their surroundings. This is a useful adaptation for avoiding predators and hunting prey. 

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Seahorse is the only known species of fish wherein the male becomes pregnant and gives birth to the offspring. 

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