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    Posted: May 15 2012 at 8:44am
Help help seahorse just had baby horses and I don't know what to do
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Sorry. If you were not ready before this time, then just enjoy them for the little bit they will be around. To raise the little ones you have to have live food ready in advance. DO a little research and you will find all that is entailed.
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You never did post pics. Some seahorses have a pelagic larvae stage some do not, It helps to know what specie you are working with. Most do better raised  in a kreisel. Need cultures of rotifers and pods culturing in advance. Some are big enough to accept Baby brine as first food. 
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Thats dope!! At least you know you have a breeding pair now and can plan ahead for next time. Got any pics?
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I want a sea horse tank thatd be rad!
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