New Sea Creature Found In Indonesia
Written by ian Administrator at GNFI
At under half an inch tall (13 millimeters), Satomi’s pygmy seahorse—named after dive guide Satomi Onishi—is a strong contender for the world’s smallest seahorse. With their tails stretched out straight, two Satomi’s pygmy seahorses would fit head-to-head across the face of a penny.
These miniscule seahorses from Indonesian reefs have been seen giving birth to tiny offspring, each about the size of a 12-point apostrophe.
Together with two other species, Satomi’s pygmy seahorses were named in a December 2008 study.
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Superb!!! It's damn pretty cool! When wondering to visit Maldives, the direction blows right to Moluccas islands, let's explore East Indonesia Paradise