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The pygmy seahorses comprise several species of tiny seahorse in the syngnathid family or Syngnathidae. Family Syngnathidae is part of order Syngnathiformes, which contains fishes with fused jaws that suck food into tubular mouths.This shot i was so lucky that he was not moving as he usually do.

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Firestar
January 26, 2017

great!

WildlifePhotos13
January 26, 2017

Beautiful!

Jayjaymonkey
January 27, 2017

Is it a seahorse?

Garri
January 28, 2017

Yup thats a pygmy seahorse

JessPets
February 01, 2017

:o!! This is stunning! What type of pygmy is it?

Garri
February 12, 2017

Thank you

Icewing
March 16, 2017

Wow, this is a great shot! The focus is really good, especially since you were underwater. It's also really amazing how the little seahorse blend ins so well. All of your ocean pictures are truly amazing :-) congrats on ptw award, too!

FancyHamsterPirat
March 16, 2017

Totally deserves the award =D

shutterpix
March 18, 2017

Amazing! How do you get to take so many pictures underwater? Do you go scuba diving often?

LittlePinksPhotos
March 20, 2017

you definitely deserved the award, the creature looks quite strange doesnt it

Frostangel9
March 20, 2017

What is with the Iggy is it your name or something

catgal
March 20, 2017

Aww sooooooo cute I love sea horses!

ponybalaster12345
March 22, 2017

WHo is IGGY??????????? Are all of this photos snap shots from a video or what because the keep saying iggy in the bottom eight corner of the screen.

BirdLove
March 22, 2017

WOW!!

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