Although they are very cute, Songful SeaHorses are also incredibly annoying. That's because they can't stop whistling awful show tunes at ear-splitting volume. Each ear-splitting ditty is usually accompanied by a barrage of bubbles and a silly dance. My research suggests they are trying to attract other SeaHorses, but I've been unable to stand the racket long enough to confirm this. That's why I've invented a special squishy snout plug to muffle their trumpety blasts. All I need now is a volunteer to sneak up and plop it in. Any takers?
Although they are very cute, Songful SeaHorses are also incredibly annoying. That's because they can't stop whistling awful show tunes at ear-splitting volume. Each tune is usually accompanied by a barrage of bubbles and a silly dance. Experts believe they're trying to attract other seahorses but no-one can stand the racket long enough to find out.
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There's a reason the Songful SeaHorses are called songful: they can't stop whistling seriously annoying show tunes at top volume. Strangely, although they may look abit like them, they really dislike Kazoos. When they whistle their tunes, they usually do a little dance and blow bubbles in the water, which is very cute!
Songful SeaHorses aren't very good at swimming and tend to hang around in the shallow end of the ocean - mostly around Reggae Reef. Although Songful SeaHorses love a good tune, they really dislike serious opera. They are also not fond of bubble bath, as all those frothy bubbles tickle their snouts!
Songful Seahorses are not very good swimmers so they usually bob around the shallow waters of Reggae Reef. Failing that, look in the bath.
Flamboyant, tactless, ear-splittingly noisy.
Kazoo concertos and sea oats.
Bubble bath and serious opera.
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