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Amazing Video Of A “Male” Seahorse Giving Birth To Thousands Of Babies!

In case you didn’t know, the male seahorse is the one that incubates the eggs and then gives birth. This was filmed a while ago of a seahorse giving birth.
You will be amazed how many babies come out! Take that Octomom!
See the video!

  • RainbowRay

    Congratulations Seahorse couple, “It’s a boy, girl, boy, girl, girl, boy,girl, girl, boy, girl, girl, twins (girl and a boy), boy, boy, boy, boy (boy oh boy), girl, girl, twin girls, girl (daddy’s little girl), boy, boy, boy, twin boys, triplets (all boys, wow!), oh, there’s a set of octuplets (four boys, four girls), quadruplets next (WOW!), boy, boy, good, boy, girl, girl, boy, ten! (six girls five boys! holy shit!), boy, girl, girl, boy! and yes another boy! Whew! boy I bet that father’s tired!

    Did you know that with the penguin, it’s the mother that goes hunts for food and the father looks after the egg until the egg hatches. The mother can be gone for quite a long time and then when she returns she has to find her hubby because they all look alike, all standing together in their tuxedos, nurturing the eggs and then the baby when it hatches (sounds like a typical Hollywood party, all the men in their tuxedos, sharing cocktails together and regailing stories, possibly about their conquests).

    Now, the only way the mother penguin can find out who the hubby is is by the “shrill of the voice”. She calls and he answers with the shrill and of course they recognize each other by that because no two penguins have the same shrill level. Bet they all sleep well at night knowing that!

    “Knowledge is power!”–RainbowRay

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