Pipehorses combine the features of both a seahorse and pipefish, with a head angled slightly towards its trunk and an elongated body with a curly, grasping tail. A Pipehorse is able to camouflage very well and make a meal out of small crustaceans that feed on the algae. Pipehorses are found on soft bottoms near reefs or rubble in shallow to very deep waters, or amongst seagrasses.
I've filmed these Pipehorses at Lighthouse Point, Grand Cayman.
Canon 7D, Hugyfot housing, Canon 60mm macro, manual focus