This delicate yellow dragon won't scare anybody. In fact they have to hide from us!
Their unusual leaf-shaped appendages and color make them a target for collectors.
These cousins of the sea horse live off the southern and eastern coast of Australia. Swimming is not their forte so they roll with the currents. When they do swim, it's slow and awkward. God gave them protection by hiding them seaweed and kelp.
I read they eat mysids, which is sea lice. Yuk, I like the word mysids better.
The Florida Aquarium in Tampa housed these beauties.
"For in the day of trouble He will conceal me in His tabernacle; in the secret place of His tent He will hide me; He will lift me up on a rock." Psalms 27:5
O Lord, you know sometimes I'm a rollin' with the currents and find it hard to swim. Thank you, You gave me a tabernacle, tent and rock instead of seaweed.