Image results

1Seahorse

At stage 3, the features of a seahorse embryo become far more recognizable. You can clearly see detailed eyes, a developing (albeit short) snout, and the tail is beginning to appear at the base of the body of the embryo. You can also still clearly make out the embryonic “sac” that is around the baby: …
http://www.seahorse.org/library/articles/fry.shtml

2Seahorse

The male seahorse is equipped with a pouch on the ventral, or front-facing, side of the tail. When mating, the female seahorse deposits up to 1,500 eggs in the male’s pouch. The male carries the eggs for 9 to 45 days until the seahorses emerge fully developed, but very small.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seahorse

3Which seahorse carries the embryo?
When seahorses mate, the female deposits her egg into the male’s pouch; he is then responsible for fertilizing it, and carrying it until the offspring is born. Male have a thickened pouch, which carries the embryo and provides it with necessary nutrients and a supply of oxygen.
https://nedhardy.com/2020/02/26/male-seahorses-give-birth/

4Seahorse

Seahorse birth is even more of a mystery than seahorse pregnancy, and we were excited to find that some of those 3,000 genes also prepare the father and the embryos for labour.
http://theconversation.com/the-secret-sex-life-and-pregnancy-of-a-seahorse-dad-46599

5Which seahorse carries the embryo?
Which seahorse carries the embryo? – posted in Trivia: The male seahorse, not the female, carries the embryo of the species. The female fills the male’s brooch pouch with eggs, which remain in the swollen sac for a gestation period of eight to ten days.Read more
http://luckystarcomputer.net/forum/index.php?showtopic=354942

6Seahorse

Early development of the longsnout seahorse Hippocampus reidi (Syngnathidae) within the male brood pouch “Fertilized and unfertilized eggs and embryos of the longsnout seahorse Hippocampus reidi were collected at different stages of development and provided the basis for a description of morphological development from fertilization until release from the paternal pouch.
https://embryology.med.unsw.edu.au/embryology/index.php/Seahorse_Development

7Lined Seahorse

Within 5-7 months they reach adult size and sexual maturity. Life expectancy is between 1-4 years. The lined seahorse stages of development are zygote, embryo, newborn, juveniles and adult. A pair of seahorses can produce around 1000 young each year but there is a high mortality rate – usually more than 90% die.
http://linedseahorse.weebly.com/reproduction-and-development.html

8Which seahorse carries the embryo?
10 Most Recent. Note – This sub-heading shows an automated computer PubMed search using the listed sub-heading term. References appear in this list based upon the date of the actual page viewing. Therefore the list of references do not reflect any editorial selection of material based on content or relevance.In comparison, references listed on the content page and discussion page (under the …
https://embryology.med.unsw.edu.au/embryology/index.php/Talk:Seahorse_Development

9Which seahorse carries the embryo?
The graffito consisted of a stylized picture of a seahorse, with the caption, “Mr. Seahorse knows men can be mommies too”. This is in reference to how male seahorses carry their fertilized eggs after the female inserts them in his egg pouch.
https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/MisterSeahorse

10Which seahorse carries the embryo?
Seahorses – Seahorses are rare in the fact that it is the male who carries the fetus. … The embryo in the pouch will receive oxygen and food they need. After the development of an embryo, the male gives birth to very small young ones which measure in mm.
http://www.expertsmind.com/blog/post/seahorses-are-rare-in-the-fact-that-it-is-the-male-who-carries-the-fetus-7592.aspx

BING based on video search results

Which seahorse carries the embryo?