The brilliant sun shines on the sea, and the underwater world becomes bright and warm.
The bright corals (shān hú) are like beautiful bonsais, and clusters of green seaweed (hǎi zǎo) grow in the crevices (fèng xì) of the strange reefs (jiāo). A small sea anemone (kuí) is attached to the seaweed, lazily stretching its tentacles.
In the afternoon, bathing (mù vù) in the warm crystal palace-like sea water is really pleasant (qiè). You see, Daddy Seahorse is having a big belly, slowly swimming through the thin leaves of seaweed and asking, as if looking for something.
The little octopus refused to take a nap at home obediently, so she sneaked out to play with little anemone.
The reckless little octopus accidentally swam to the chubby Daddy Seahorse. Daddy Seahorse screamed in surprise and quickly hid behind a seaweed to protect his stomach.
“Sorry, Aunt Haima, didn’t you hit your baby?” The little octopus’s face was scared white.
“Aunt Seahorse? Hahaha…” After hearing the name of the little octopus, Father Seahorse laughed out of breath, “Look carefully, I’m Uncle Seahorse, the father of the little seahorse babies!”
“You lie, you are obviously Aunt Haima who is about to give birth to a baby!”
The little octopus thought: Hmph, which kid was not born to his mother? That’s why she speaks to Father Seahorse in such a straightforward manner.
The little anemone stretched out a tentacle and hurriedly pulled the little octopus, making her get out of the way quickly.
Because Dad Seahorse could no longer explain to the little octopus, he was leaning against a thick and sturdy seaweed, wrapped his tail around the seaweed, and his body was shaking back and forth. Then, he suddenly leaned back, and the little seahorses popped out of the belly of father seahorse.
In an instant, a group of innumerable seahorse babies stood upright with their tiny bodies, surrounded by seahorse father, swimming swayingly, with a thin “Dad, Daddy” cry from their mouths.
“Let’s find mom!” The happy-faced Seahorse father led his darlings to swim forward.
Little octopus is měng. She bid farewell to Little Anemone, and just wanted to go home quickly and tell her mother about this huge “news”.
The male hippocampus has a fertile sac (n6ng) on the front or side of the abdomen (fù), while the female hippocampus does not. During the reproduction (fán zhí) season, the female seahorse directly lays eggs (luǎn) into the fertile sac of the male seahorse, and the male seahorse is responsible for hatching (fūhuà) until the fertilized eggs are developed and formed before they are released into the sea. In the complicated and dangerous underwater world, the special breeding method of seahorse helps to ensure the survival of offspring.