Seahorses are eaten by birds, crabs, fish and other sea creatures, but are not a preferred food by many predators because they are primarily made of bones and skin. In order to avoid being eaten, seahorses will change co... 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 »

Seahorses are hatched from eggs lain by the female seahorse. The eggs are carried by the male seahorse until they are hatched. More »

Sea cucumbers are eaten by crabs, fish, crustaceans, sea turtles and sea stars. Sea cucumbers are also eaten by people around the world, particularly those that live in Asia. More » Pets & Animals Marine Life

Depending on the species, some sea worms eat crabs, other worms, snails, crustaceans and fish, while some are parasites that eat crab eggs or anything that can be scavenged from a host. The ribbon worm lives in the sandy... More »

Birds of prey, sharks, large fish, eels and crocodiles are predators of the sea snake. Sea snakes live in shallow waters and breathe air using a long lung that also assists in buoyancy. Although the sea snake isn't aggre... More »

Sea stars, also known as starfish, protect themselves against predators by using their leather-like, prickly outer skin as armor, along with a host of additional defense mechanisms. The outer layer of skin is comprised o... More »