Pot Bellied Seahorse at Ripley's Aquarium in Toronto, Canada
Then pot-bellied seahorse has a large swollen belly, and comes in a wide range of colors. They are one of the largest seahorse species, with a length of up to 14". Their swimming is powered by the rapidly oscillating dorsal fin and steering is controlled by use of the fins on either side of the body. They are more active at dusk and night, than during the day, They feed on crustaceans such as shrimp and aphids, which are sucked into their tube-like snouts and ingested whole. The eyes on the sides of their heads, move independently of each other. This was the first time I had every seen a LIVE seahorse. This is only available in an 11" x 14" paper size, and would work well with the jelly fish images in the same size.