Quirks and Quarks | Nov 28, 2009 | 8:46

    Pipefish Dads

    In the broad-nosed pipefish world, it is the male who gets pregnant. After he fertilizes as many as 100 of the female's eggs, he takes them into a brood pouch on his tail, until he hatches them several weeks later.

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