What are some adaptations of a seahorse?


The mobility of the eyes of the Seahorse are one of its adaptations. This way, it can look out for its numerous predators. It can also change color and camouflage itself.
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The adaptations of a seahorse is it has camouflage to hide from predators and to sneak up on its prey. It also has a long prehensile tail that allows it to wrap its tail around and
Seahorses have some very unique and interesting adaptations to their environment. Here's a few sites to help you investigate them. http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/seahorse/ http://www.seahorse.com
Marine adaptations are more or less the same for all the organisms... They have a kind of air-bladder to help them float ....( i cant remember the term used for it) they have improved
they eat spiders, ants, small birds and plants.
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Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Actinopterygii Order: Syngnathiformes Family: Syngnathidae Genus: Hippocampus
Seahorses are named for their equine profile. Although they are bony fish, they do not have scales, but rather a thin skin stretched over a series of bony plates arranged in rings throughout their body. Each species has a distinct number... More »
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Seahorses adapt to their environment by changing colors to match their surroundings. They live mostly in tropical weather, and are found in warm shallow water. ...
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