1. A Group of Seahorses Is Called A Herd
According to National Geographic, there are about 36 known seahorse species found in a variety of ocean habitats all over the world. They generally prefer warmer, tropical environments and live together in small social groups called herds. Seahorses are monogamous during a breeding season and even “hold hands” with their mate by grasping each other’s tails! Unfortunately, seahorses are vulnerable to extinction due to human activities. Read on to learn more about these unique creatures!