The Seehorse

The seehorse has a long, serpentine body, primarily made up of eyeballs. It propels itself with two small fins at it’s first joint

The seehorse is a small creature, approximately 8″ in length, which can be found stirring up the silt of deep lakes, or hiding in subterranean river systems. It’s array of large eyes helps it to navigate in dark places, and avoid predators. Some experts have come to believe that seehorses are actually beholder larva, and not an independent species in their own right.

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