Sea dragons are relatives of the sea horse, but slightly larger. They eat mostly plankton, and is found mostly off the coast of Australia.
Sea dragons are related to the sea horse and pipefish. They have kelp-like appendages to help camouflage them. They are protected in Australia, where they live amongst the coral reefs. As with sea horses, the males tend to the eggs kept in a pouch until they hatch.
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