Posted by Rill in Seahorse Facts, Seahorse Videos | 0 comments
I came across this quite by chance this morning and it made me laugh so much I thought I would share it with you.
Ze Frank is listed in Wikipedia as a performance artist. I am now totally intrigued by him having seen the video he made called "True Facts About The Seahorse".
Here it is:
Well....I hope you learned...
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For the first time a researcher from Project Seahorse has been able to film the West African seahorse (Hippocampus algiricus).
Project Seahorse has been working with Imperial College London and the Zoological Society of London to investigate the seahorse trade in West Africa. Kate West, a graduate from Imperial College and one of Project Seahorse's researchers saw the seahorse in a trap when she was travelling with local fishermen. She managed to talk the fishermen into releasing it but not before she had filmed it.
You can read more about the story here at the University of British Columbia's...
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Here is some amazing footage taken of a Pontohi Pygmy seahorse in the waters off Lembeh, an island popular for scuba-diving in Indonesia. Make sure you watch the video until the end, when the cameraman puts his finger in the water and you can fully appreciate just how tiny this seahorse is! They guy who shot this uploaded it from his Android. Amazing.
Pontohi Pygmy Seahorse from liquidguru on...
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Here is a wonderful video I found on YouTube of a male seahorse giving birth to hundreds of baby seahorses.
He pumps them out of the sac in his belly which starts off full and empties out with each push.
The cutest part of the video (IMHO) is when he swims over to the female seahorse after giving birth. Too...
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Here's a great video I found on YouTube today where a seahorse manages to escape from a flounder who's lying in wait.
The video is from Scubazoo - a site devoted to marine filming and photography.
I get the impression that the flounder wasn't too interested in eating a bony...