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- n. Plural form of seadragon.
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As they strolled past the leafy seadragons and the spotted soapfish, she was struck by the question someone in her tour group kept asking the guide: Can you eat that?
A few other animals I loved: the cuttlefish with their color-changing chromatophores, the sleepy jaguar, seadragons, and the smiling stingrays who flapped against the glass expecting food.
Male seahorses, pipefish, and seadragons (collectively members of the Syngnathidae) expend a lot of energy caring for their offspring.
The sea otters, penguins, leafy and weedy seadragons, birds (macaws and raptors), and the white alligator are fine.