Yes, there are seahorses living in the sea around Britain and Ireland, two different species, the spiny and the short-snouted. The British Seahorse survey is dedicated to finding and plotting the populations of our indigenous seahorses in order to protect and conserve these vulnerable and environmentally sensitive animals. The Seahorse Trust aims to help protect worldwide populations. To find out more about seahorses and help with the battle to protect them, go to the website.
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