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The Weedy Seadragon, also known as the 'Common Seadragon' is found in coastal waters around Australia. Unlike the Seahorse they do not have a pouch. Male Seadragons carry the eggs fixed to the underside of their tail. Incubation lasts for about 8 weeks
The Razorfish adopts a unique and easily identifiable position of head-down, tail-up that mimics the spines of sea urchins. Growing up to 15 centimetres long, they are typically found within coastal reefs in the Indo-Pacific region where sea urchins live. Razorfish have been observed to eat zooplankton as well as tiny crustaceans.