Seahorses and Seadragons: Mysteries of the Ocean
The seahorse is one of nature's most startling creations. To the ancient Greeks and Romans who found them washed up on the shore after storms they pulled the chariot of Neptune. Even to us today they seem out of this world. It is a fish but has the head of a horse, its fins move so fast they are almost invisible, it has a tail, but a curly one, like a monkey. There are up to 1000 species worldwide ranging in size from half an inch to twelve inches. New discoveries are still being made and the seahoese map is yet to be fully drawn.