Yellow Seahorse Earrings
Yellow seahorses are poor swimmers. They lack caudal fins and only use their dorsal fins for propulsion. Using their prehensile tails, they usually cling to seagrass and other substrates. They can change color patterns to camouflage themselves.
Yellow seahorses are monogamous and will find a new partner only when they lose the old one. During courtship and to enhance their relationship, they change colors, twine their tails together, and dance. When they mate, the females deposit their eggs into the brooding pouch of the males.