Odd head of seahorse cloaks its sneak attacks

Shape keeps turbulence from tipping off prey

PRETTY LITTLE SNEAKER  The head shape of a dwarf seahorse (Hippocampus zosterae) helps it sneak up on very jumpy prey. 

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