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Struggling to breed life into the seahorse

17th July, 2010
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If you walk down a side street in a coastal town in south-east Asia, chances are you’ll see people hunkered outside open-fronted shops sorting piles of dried shrimp.

There must be endless supplies of the creatures in the warm surrounding seas and they go into all sorts of dishes and condiments. Seahorses, however, go into Chinese medicine as cure-alls and aphrodisiacs, or end up dried as tourist trinkets, perhaps dangling on the end...

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