Preservation

Sea Horse Release

WHAT TO EXPECT

the male seahorses got pregnant, not the females

Seahorses populations are threatened due to overfishing. Seahorses used in traditional herbology and as many as 20 million seahorses have been caught each year for this purpose.
Seahorses are generally will reproduce at the age of 8-10 months. Baby seahorses has a length of 6-12 mm. Thereafter, at the age of 90 days reproductive organs begin to growing and seahorses has entered the mature phase and then can be released into their habitat.

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