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    Rare male sea dragon pregnant

    Now this is strange...but cool. We'll see how the male like being pregnant!

    http://www.cnn.com/2008/TECH/science...ef=mpstoryview


    ATLANTA, Georgia (CNN) -- He's pregnant. After setting the mood with lighting and finessing, the Georgia Aquarium's attempts to coax rare sea dragons to mate have finally worked -- just in time for Father's Day.

    The pregnant male weedy sea dragon is now only the third of its kind in the United States to successfully become pregnant outside of its natural habitat.

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    what a beautiful creature.

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    Oh how cool is that? I hope the babies hatch safely.

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    awwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww

    I hope the babies survive..gonna be tricky!

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    I wonder if he's experiencing cravings and morning sickness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lucy's mom View Post
    Now this is strange...but cool. We'll see how the male like being pregnant!

    http://www.cnn.com/2008/TECH/science...ef=mpstoryview


    ATLANTA, Georgia (CNN) -- He's pregnant. After setting the mood with lighting and finessing, the Georgia Aquarium's attempts to coax rare sea dragons to mate have finally worked -- just in time for Father's Day.

    The pregnant male weedy sea dragon is now only the third of its kind in the United States to successfully become pregnant outside of its natural habitat.
    Oh Wow! How I would love to see those tiny babies when they hatch. cuuuuute!:Banane14: (don't have my glasses on - I hope that's a baby banana)



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