The Pygmy Seahorse is a species of seahorse named for its diminutive size.
"This small pink seahorse is covered in a large number of short protuberances. It uses its twisted tail to wrap itself around coral or seaweed and fix itself in position.
Its body colour changes depending on the surrounding environment, and orange, red or yellow varieties with different patterns can be found.
[Where Can it Be?]
This cute, tiny fish is very popular amongst divers, but extremely difficult to find. Even this small seahorse is adept at mimicry, with its body looking like a coral stem and its soft protuberances mimicking polyps."
These are found under glows, usually drifting around in small groups.
- These are very hard to find, as they blend in extraordinarily well with the pink polyps.