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Pregnant male seahorses support up to 1,000 growing babies by forming a placenta

By Jessica Suzanne Dudley, Postdoctoral Fellow, Macquarie University
Camilla Whittington, Senior lecturer, University of Sydney
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We examined male seahorse pouches under the microscope at different stages of pregnancy, and found they develop complex placental structures over time — in similar ways to human pregnancy.

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