Picture of a Seahorse hiking on Starfish
The Starfish (Pentaceraster mammillatus) lives in the subtidal on coarse sand or coral rubble, close to or on reef substrata, at 4 – 20m depth. The diameter from arm tip to arm tip ranges between 14.0 and 30.0 cm.
Very rare to see, in fact I’ve only seen it once in my whole time of 25 years of my Scuba Diving career, but in this Picture you can see a Seahorse which appears to be Hippocampus kuda, also known as the estuary seahorse the common name is sea pony, Seahorse hiking on Starfish
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