Baby seahorses at the National Marine Aquarium

A baby boom of seahorses at the NMA as two different species produce offspring within weeks of one another.
Courtesy of Western Morning News
The National Marine Aquarium, Plymouth is currently experiencing a baby boom as two species of seahorse have given birth to young within a few weeks of one another.
The Spotted Seahorse (Hippocampus kuda) and Big Belly Seahorse (Hippocampus abdominalis) offspring are no bigger than a human fingernail but in adulthood will expect to reach 12 cms and 25 cms respectively.