How Did the Seahorse Get its Shape?

Big thanks to Scientific American and Carin Bondar for featuring my latest stop motion animation about seahorse evolution!

Check it out here.

P.S. On the note of stop motion animations you should check out — one of my favorite blogs, CreatureCast, was recently featured in the Science Times! CreatureCast animations will now be distributed in partnership with the Science Times. The first episode on “Sex in Spoonworms” is definitely worth a watch!

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19 thoughts on “How Did the Seahorse Get its Shape?

  1. Amazing work. I believe that out there in the stars are things with shapes that we can not comprehend which will be like the seahorse. Beware there are non carbon creatures out there. I believe there will be water creatures made up of hydrogen and oxygen and think carbon tastes good.

  2. This is excellent and so original! I am so glad I saw this. My kids caught a sea horse this summer in a bay in New Jersey and it was very interesting to watch it swim. And now I know a lot more about them! Thanks!

  3. It is amazing that scientists can look so far into the past to explain our present circumstances. What a great way to present scientific inquiry. I thoroughly enjoyed the sea horse clip.

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