See Horse, Indeed

Most people don’t realize that seahorses can change color, like chameleons (though without quite as wide a color range), or that these awkward predators survive in the wild largely through camouflage. Some seahorses like to sit in the open, but many spend their days quietly lurking in a corner of the tank. They’re masters of using geography to their advantage. We named our male seahorse “Ghillie” because, as a baby, he had protrusions (called cirri) which made him look as if he was wearing a ghillie suit. As he grew, he lost them, though smaller versions have returned since he

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