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Cuttlefish seen laying eggs on a seahorse off Spain - BBC News

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I wonder how they arrived at the fact that the eggs would "effect the survival of the seahorse." Maybe it wouldn't be able to grab onto the grass easily. Seems like interfering in what nature may or may not have done by accident.
 

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