rhamphotheca:

Pygmy Sea Horse
One of the world’s smallest seahorses, the Pygmy Seahorse (Hippocampus bargibanti), is no bigger than your pinky finger. These tiny animals are masters of disguise, using a strategy of blending into their surrounding environment to survive.
(via: Smithsonian Ocean Portal)     (photo: Coral Reef Alliance/Scubazoo)

Cute seahorse

rhamphotheca:

Pygmy Sea Horse

One of the world’s smallest seahorses, the Pygmy Seahorse (Hippocampus bargibanti), is no bigger than your pinky finger. These tiny animals are masters of disguise, using a strategy of blending into their surrounding environment to survive.

(via: Smithsonian Ocean Portal)     (photo: Coral Reef Alliance/Scubazoo)

Cute seahorse