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Weak Snick in Seahorses – a Seahorse Source article

Weak Snick

By Dan Underwood

 

WHAT IS IT?

Weak snick is a condition where a seahorse has difficulty sucking or is unable to suck food into its snout.  It is a relatively common complaint seen on message boards and one that we often get on calls to our help desk.  In mild cases, the seahorse is still able to eat; it just has some difficulty getting the food in.  Left untreated, this condition will continue to get worse until the seahorse reaches a point where it can

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