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Seahorses

First Grade Research Project
by Linda Armbruster on 12 February 2013

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Sombrero Reef Ledge (Sanctuary Preservation Area), Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary. http://www.flickr.com/photos/1stpix_diecast_dioramas/5879601339/in/photostream/
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Some rights reserved All About Research! Under the Sea Seahorses are fish
Seahorses eat plankton and brine shrimp.
Seahorses do not swim fast because they don’t have strong tail fins. What did we learn? What do we want to know? How do seahorses see under water?
What do they eat?
Do sharks eat them?
Why do they like to be together?
How do they look?
How can they breathe under water?
Can people ride seahorses?
How can they swim?
How can they hide? Mrs. Collier's Class Seahorses live in the ocean.
Seahorses can swim.
Seahorses lay eggs.
Seahorses like to stay together.
Seahorses can be different. Seahorses can be spiky. Seahorses can be different colors.
Seahorses breathe water.
Seahorses can swim with their tails. What do we already think? Leafy Sea Dragon (Phycodurus eques)
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http://www.fotopedia.com/items/flickr-2839571708 Seahorses are fish and they breathe water. There are 35 different kinds of seahorses all over the world. What Kind of Animal is a Seahorse?
By Mrs. Collier’s Class What did we learn? What do we want to know? Seahorses are not good swimmers because they don't have fins.

Some animals that eat seahorses are other fish, crabs and rays. How do seahorses see under water?
What do they eat?
Do sharks eat them?
Why do they like to be together?
How do they look?
How can they breathe under water?
Can people ride seahorses?
How can they swim?
How can they hide? Mrs. Thome's Class They can breathe under water.
They can't breathe air.
They can hide in the sea grass so they won't be eaten.
They live together.
Some are green.
They look like horses. What do we already think? Manta ray
photo by ken2754@Yokohama on Flickr
http://www.fotopedia.com/items/flickr-3443614260
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Attribution, Share Alike Ghost Crab sizes me up
photo by qnr-away for a while on Flickr
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Attribution, Share Alike Some animals that eat seahorses are other fish, crabs and rays. What Are the Seahorses' Enemies?
By Mrs. Thome’s Class What did we learn? What do we want to know? They swim slowly and float because they don't have big fins.
They hide by camouflaging themselves.
Seahorse dad's hold the eggs in a pouch until they hatch.
Seahorses eat tiny fish, brine shrimp, plankton.
Seahorse predators are tuna fish, crabs and rays. What do they eat?
What are their enemies?
How do they get around?
Do seahorses lay eggs?
How do they protect their eggs?
How do they hide?
Why do they gather together?
How fast do they swim? Mrs. Evan's Class They swim under water.
They hold onto seagrass with their tales.
Seahorses swim with their tales.
They camouflage themselves in the seagrass.
They look like cactuses because they have spikes.
The grass is green like the seahorses so they can blend in better.
They look like horses.
They stay in a group.
They cute.
Sharks can eat them.
Their tales are swirly.
Crocodiles can eat them.
They swim together because they don't want to be alone and scared. What do we already think? big-bellied seahorsephoto by doug.deep on Flickr
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Attribution, Noncommercial The father takes care of the eggs in a special pouch. How Do They Take Care of Their Babies?
By Mrs. Evans’s Class What did we learn? What do we want to know? They swim slowly through water. They hold on to the grass.
They camouflage by looking like grass or rocks or weeds to hide from their enemies.
Seahorses are not good swimmers.
They eat brine shrimp, plankton, tiny fish.
Their predators are sting rays, crabs and tuna fish. What do they eat?
What are their enemies?
How do they get around?
Do seahorses lay eggs?
How do they protect their eggs?
How do they hide?
Why do they gather together?
How fast do they swim? Miss Titzer's Class They swim in the water.
The seahorses have eggs
Seahorses have babies
Seahorses can camouflage themselves
There are different seahorses
Seahorses can hold on to grass with their tails
Seahorses can swim fast.
Seahorses can eat grass What do we already think? Plankton
photo by Petr Jan Juračka
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Attribution, Noncommercial, No Derivative Works Seahorses eat plankton, little fish, and small brine shrimp. What Do Seahorses Eat?
By Miss Titzer’s Class What did we learn? What do we want to know? Seahorses swim slowly because they don't have a tail fin.
They hang on to things with their tails.
Dwarf seahorses say good morning to each other.
Seahorses eat tiny fish, brine shrimp, and plankton.
Tuna, crabs and rays eat seahorses. Where do seahorses swim?
Why do seahorses like to stay together?
What do seahorses eat?
Are seahorses dangerous?
What do seahorses do with their tails?
Are there animals that harm seahorses? Miss Elston's Class Seahorses swim a lot.
They swim in the ocean.
The seahorses are together.
The seahorses eat.
Seahorses are friendly.
Seahorses hold on to seagrass with their tailes. What do we already think? Deep Sunshine photo by Vincent Mounier2

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http://www.fotopedia.com/items/vmounier-4O1MO80ctf4 Seahorses use their tails to hang on to sea grass and other things. What Do Seahorses Do With Their Tails?
By Mrs. Elston’s Class Seahorses swim slowly because they cannot use their tails to swim.
They hold on to the seaweed with their tails.
Seahorses are fish.
Seahorses eat plankton, tiny fish, brine shrip. What do seahorses eat?
How do seahorses swim?
How do seahorses stay on the seaweed?
How do seahorses live?
How do seahorses live in a cave if there is an octopus in there?
How do seahorses sleep?
How do seahorses grow bigger?
How do seahorses find their food?
How do they swim?
What things or animals are dangerous to seahorses?
How do they take care of their babies?
Is there a danger from sharks? Miss Ryba's Class Seahorses like to stay together.
Seahorses like to look.
Seahorses like to eat seaweed.
Seahorses like to hold on with their tails.
Seahorses look like horses but they're fish.
Seahorses like to swim.
Seahorses swim in the water.
Seahorses swim together.
Seahorses like to stay together in a family.
Seahorses like to play.
Seahorses like to sleep. What do we already think? http://www.nmfs.noaa.gov/pr/species/fish/dwarfseahorse.htm
Photo non-copyrighted Seahorses cannot swim fast because their fins are little and they don’t have a tail fin. How Do Seahorses Swim?
By Miss Ryba’s Class Seahorses by Twig C. George. 2003.

Seahorses by National Geographic Kids
http://animals.nationalgeographic.com/animals/fish/sea-horse/

The Secret Lives of Seahorses by Monterey Bay Acquarium
http://www.montereybayaquarium.org/efc/seahorse.aspx

Seahorses by Kidcyber. http://www.kidcyber.com.au/topics/seahorse.htm What Resources Did We Use? Under the Sea by Washington Elementary First Grade What do we want to know? What do we want to know?
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