Enchanted, by photographer Matthew Smith, shows a White’s seahorse, commonly found beneath the boardwalk in Mosman, Sydney Harbour, New South Wales.
White’s Seahorse is a relatively common species in the Sydney area. It is normally seen holding onto the nets of swimming enclosures.
The species was named after named after John White, Surgeon General to the First Fleet.
Photo Supplied: South Australian Museum
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