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• When seahorses reproduce the female inserts her eggs into a pouch on the belly of the male, and she's done.

• The male fertilizes the eggs, and the pouch is sealed shut.

• As his pregnancy progresses, the fluid inside the pouch is gradually replaced with salt water, reducing stress on the newborns during labor.

• Within a few weeks the babies are born ready to be on their own, with no further parenting required.



• A female Black Lace Weaver Spider is the first meal of her spiderlings - literally.

• The first (approximately) 100 hatchlings emerge from the sack of eggs and proceed to devour any eggs that haven't hatched yet.

• When they have eaten all of the...

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