It’s hard to keep a relationship fresh in any species when kids come along, but when there are more than 1,500 birthed at one time, things can get really stressful. Seahorses have found a way to add some spice to their relationship: they dance.
“The male and female seahorse come together repeatedly every morning to dance together” to reinforce their pair bond, says marine biologist Amanda Vincent, founder of the conservation group Project Seahorse. "They change color as they move together, sometimes with tails entwined."
How romantic is that? Put on your dancing shoes, Mr. Nag!
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