individual seen on the sandy bottom at approximately 21 metres, before moving along the coral wall
Two Hippocampus fuscus at ~1.3m depth int he waters of Barra Beach, Inhambane, Mozambique. Both were male and pregnant.
I believe I have faced with several young seahorses today in just a few square metres area. Their color was pale, their camouflage was not hiding in algaes but standing still on sand. Their body look like h.guttulatus to me. Today I could not find seahorses on their usual area, so I went deeper than usual. The area was really crowded by seahorses, approximately on each meter you could see at least 1 seahorse.