Seahorses have a super strong gulp thanks to two spring-like tendons

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Seahorses have an unusually powerful way of gulping down prey and now we know how they do it. They feed in a swift sucking motion powered by two spring-like tendons which simultaneously trigger an upward head sweep and a gulp…

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