Before sail was made the major summoned the officers on board the sea-horse.
Others, like the cat-fish and sea-horse, are rare—in England, at any rate.
The animal is sometimes known as the sea-horse, and also as the morse.
It represents an infant Neptune, with his trident, seated on a large shell, which is upon the back of a sea-horse.
These worms are the favorite food of the sea-horse, who sucks them out with a sharp snapping noise.
On ancient coins and gems she appears enthroned on the back of a mighty triton, or riding on a sea-horse, or dolphin.
In return for these they gave me two fox-skins, and a couple of sea-horse teeth.
Others of the maritime States of Greece also adopted the sea-horse upon their coins.
They had, no doubt, been attracted by the scent of some blubber of a sea-horse which the crew was burning on the ice at the time.
Here is a picture of a Hippopotamus or sea-horse devouring a crocodile tail first.