Seahorse- Good Luck Minis


From the tip of their mouth to the end of their tail, Seahorses pack purpose into every tiny element of their small bodies. Their mouths work like straws or vacuums, sucking food from passing water, their eyes independently swivel to keep a look out for danger, and their tiny curled tails can grasp weeds and plants, holding Seahorses in place against ocean currents. Males have a pouch in front where they carry their young until the little ones are ready to venture out on their own.