What Is the Average Weight of a Seahorse?

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Seahorses weight ranges for 7 ounces to 1 pound. Their full grown size is anywhere from 2 to 8 inches.
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A seahorse is usually around 7 ounces to 1 pound in weight, ( that is an average weight.)
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Seahorses can weigh from several milligrams at birth to several grams as an
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59 pounds.
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There are at least 35 different species of seahorses. The size of a seahorse can range from between six to 14 inches in size and they also come in a variety of colors such as red, green, yellow, and orange. The weight of a seahorse can range from seven ounces to one pound. The coronet that is on the head of the seahorse is different from seahorse to seahorse, similar to how fingerprints are for humans. Seahorses also have a cylindrical mouth and can control each eye separately.
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The weight of seahorses differs from birth to adulthood; they weigh 7 milligrams at birth and 7 grams when they are adults. In addition their weight varies depending ...
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