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Male sea horses are excellent fathers, protecting their developing young inside a
pouch. Females lay their eggs inside the pouch where the male fertilizes them.
The young remain inside the pouch for protection until ready to emerge.
She will remain with the developing young until they hatch, but will not eat. After
the young hatch and join the plankton, the female will go off by herself and die.
Animals other than invertebrates also make their homes on the kelp plants. A
Why does mating in water present a challenge for animals that fertilize internally?
Some sharks deposit their young in egg cases of varying shapes and sizes,
which usually contain one embryo. The young develop within the protective case,
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