Why Are Seahorses Endangered?

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Seahorses are endangered because of over-fishing and destruction of their natural habitat. The Spotted and Tiger tail seahorse are currently not endangered but are still considered vulnerable. Several species are bred in aquariums and it is therefore possible to obtain one without having to capture wild specimens.
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Seahorses are commonly kept as pets, but they are becoming increasingly rare in their natural environments. Several things have contributed to their endangerment, including global warming. You can find more information here: http://www.seahorsehawaii.com/endangered_seahorses/
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