The longsnout seahorse has a yellow body, with flecks of brown and black.
Seahorses eat primarily larval shrimp and amphipods.
Longsnout seahorses typically range from 2–4 inches, with a maximum size of 6 inches.
Western Atlantic Ocean
Vulnerable, as listed on the 2000 IUCN Red List
Longsnout seahorses have very few known predators due to their bony bodies and ability to camouflage.
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