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1022-89 - common seadragon (phyllopteryx taeniolatus) voracious hunters, camouflage looking like a piece of floating weed, unique to Australia, wild, dusk, shore diving, sand, marine park, metropolitan, Perth city, Indian Ocean, cool temperate waters of Western Australia. MORE INFO: amongst kelp, female seadragon deposits up to 150 eggs into the spongy, soft tissue under the tail of the male seadragon. Once fertilised, eggs incubate about 8 weeks. On hatching, miniature seadragons are independent and will start eating almost immediately.
1022-90 - common seadragon (phyllopteryx taeniolatus) voracious hunters, camouflage looking like a piece of floating weed, unique to Australia, wild, dusk, shore diving, sand, marine park, metropolitan, Perth city, Indian Ocean, cool temperate waters of Western Australia. MORE INFO: blue water, female seadragon deposits up to 150 eggs into the spongy, soft tissue under the tail of the male seadragon. Once fertilised, eggs incubate about 8 weeks. On hatching, miniature seadragons are independent and will start eating almost immediately.
981-20 - Komodo dragon hatchling emerging, Komodo Island, Indonesia. Eggs are laid underground, in this case under a megapode mound, and so hatchlings have to dig themselves out.
1022-92 - common seadragon (phyllopteryx taeniolatus) voracious hunters, camouflage looking like a piece of floating weed, unique to Australia, wild, dusk, shore diving, sand, marine park, metropolitan, Perth city, Indian Ocean, cool temperate waters of Western Australia. MORE INFO: amongst kelp, female seadragon deposits up to 150 eggs into the spongy, soft tissue under the tail of the male seadragon. Once fertilised, eggs incubate about 8 weeks. On hatching, miniature seadragons are independent and will start eating almost immediately.
1022-77 - common seadragon (phyllopteryx taeniolatus) voracious hunters, camouflage looking like a piece of floating weed, unique to Australia, wild, dusk, shore diving, sand, marine park, metropolitan, Perth city, Indian Ocean, cool temperate waters of Western Australia. MORE INFO: amongst kelp, female seadragon deposits up to 150 eggs into the spongy, soft tissue under the tail of the male seadragon. Once fertilised, eggs incubate about 8 weeks. On hatching, miniature seadragons are independent and will start eating almost immediately.
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