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Slurping your food isn’t rude when you’re a...

Slurping your food isn’t rude when you’re a seahorse! These striking syngnathids use their tube-like snout to vacuum up prey. Pacific seahorses have their eyes (and stomachs) on small crustaceans and zooplankton.
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