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Leafy Sea Dragons
Transcript of Leafy Sea Dragons
By: Hunter Richardson
Leafy Sea Dragons live off the south coast of Australia
More specifically, they live in kelp forests, which are... forests of kelp!
They do not have teeth, so they eat little crustaceans that they can swallow in one bite, like plankton and mysids.
They reproduce by laying eggs.
Leafy sea dragons are slightly endangered because of humans polluting their habitat.
3 interesting facts:
They can swim up, down, and sideways, but not forwards!
They have a layer of armor around their bodies.
They are more closely related to pufferfish than seahorses.
Leafy sea dragons are about the same size as a frisbee (35 cm)