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    Whew! Glad I'm not having that many babies!

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    Here's a good cuttlefish video.

    Damn mesmerising cuttlefish, scared the hell out of me lol

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    Is that the ones you mean Halloweendee?
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    Omg thats amazing.
    I did have a little chuckle when it pushed out tge last 2!

    Theres so many gosh!!

    I know giving birth for all creatures must be painful but i guess iv never really thought Bout it so it was quite strange seeing what looked like him being in pain

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    For some reason the seahorse giving birth makes me feel sick. I think it the force that they are expelled at or something...?


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    I think the Tamarins have the perfect system. I could do with two husbands.


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    Wow!! That's amazing and kinda funny!!! Lol

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    Wow... I laughed when he sucked some of them back into his seahorse man-gina (I have no idea wtf it would actually be called... lol).

    And SO MANY. How cute though? I wish seamonkeys looked like that! lol.

    I also LOLed when he dropped to the ground to rest... and he looked like he curled up into the seahorse version of the foetal position. Can't blame him though... I think I would too if I had that many kids. Eff that.

    What a randy b*tch female seahorse though. Doesn't even let him have 24 hours to recover!tsk tsk...

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    Not only to male seahorses carry the babies, many seahorses are bisexual and some are homosexual too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SassyMummy View Post
    Wow... I laughed when he sucked some of them back into his seahorse man-gina (I have no idea wtf it would actually be called... lol).

    And SO MANY. How cute though? I wish seamonkeys looked like that! lol.

    I also LOLed when he dropped to the ground to rest... and he looked like he curled up into the seahorse version of the foetal position. Can't blame him though... I think I would too if I had that many kids. Eff that.

    What a randy b*tch female seahorse though. Doesn't even let him have 24 hours to recover!tsk tsk...
    Pmsl at all of that!

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    Wonder how many survive out of the 1800?


 

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