pacific seahorse adaptations

The seahorse was so beautiful that Peter was lost for words. Experimentation. This seahorse is indigenous to the indo-pacific and can be found along the coasts of Indonesia, Malaysia, and the Philippines. (parseInt(navigator.appVersion) >= 3 )) || They are also harvested and used in Asian traditional medicine. Seahorses use their tails to hook onto coral and sea grasses. Seahorse declines in the Derwent estuary, Tasmania in the absence of fishing pressure. This is also one that is commercially grown so that it can be sold as pets. In fact, they don't even have brains, hearts or blood. They range from 0.6 inch to 14 inches long. They move about by creeping or swimming in a fashion similar to amphibians. A seahorse can camouflage to bend in with its surrounding. // -->