rhamphotheca: “ Monogamous Animals: Sea Horses Scientists have studied only a handful of species of seahorses (genus Hippocampus), but all of them appear to practice some form of monogamy. After her eggs are fertilized, a female seahorse passes them.
Branching sponges are veritable magnets for seahorses. Colorful natural hitching posts like this will encourage brightly colored seahorses such as this Ocean Rider Hippocampus erectus to retain their vivid wardrobes." Photo by Leslie Leddo
found in shallow tropical and temperate waters throughout the world.named "Hippocampus" comes from the Ancient Greek word hippos meaning "horse" and kampos meaning "sea monster".range in size from to inches.swim very poorly
He loves blue! Blue Doors in City of Safed (Tzfat). Blue symbolizes Heaven, according to the Kabbalah.Tradition says that Safed was founded as long ago as the time of Noah, by one of Noah's grandsons Shem.