As one might imagine based upon its name and appearance, the seadragon is related to the seahorse.  In the wild, they live in the waters around Australia.  In captivity, they have a survival rate of only 60%.  Furthermore, mating in captivity is rare since scientists don’t yet fully understand what biological or environmental factors trigger them to reproduce.

Georgia Aquarium - Seadragon

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