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Poor little Seahorse - please leave them in the ocean where they belong. Their numbers are dwindling.

My love, my delight. This little creature is my life. I am in absolutely high depth in LOVE with this! I shall succumb to protect it, feed it, send it love. It makes my life go round. I love you my beautiful sweet seahorse. One day I will meet you when I dive at the Great Barrier Reef in Austrailia. I love you. ❤️

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