Seahorses are truly special, and also not even if of their uncommon equine form. Unlike a lot of other fish, they are monogamous as well as friend permanently.
Due to their physique, seahorses are rather inept swimmers and also can easily die of exhaustion when captured in storm-roiled seas.
They propel themselves by using a little fin on their back that trembles as much as 35 times per second. Also smaller pectoral fins located near the back of the head are used for steering.