Seahorses belong to a class of bony fish, Actinopterygii, which also includes tuna and salmon. Scientists have identified at least 47 different seahorse species, and more are likely to be added as research continues. More »

As tropical waters are their native habitat, seahorses require stable tank temperatures ranging from 75 degrees Fahrenheit to 86 degrees Fahrenheit to maintain good health. They love to wrap their tails around structures... More »

Powdered seahorse is a medicinal ingredient used in traditional Chinese medicine, according to Acupuncture Today. It is made from dried seahorses, a type of fish with a horse-shaped head and curled tail. Powdered seahors... More »

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