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A seahorse is a marine fish belonging to the genus Hippocampus.
Seahorse or seahorses may also refer to:
- Seahorse (software), a GPG front-end application for GNOME
- The hippocamp, or sea-horse, a mythological creature depicted as a horse in its forepart with a fish-like hindquarter
- The Seahorses, a British rock band
- King George V Seahorses, a set of British postage stamps
- The Sea Horse, a 1974 Off-Broadway play by Edward J. Moore
- USS Seahorse, various United States Navy ships
- HMS Seahorse, several Royal Navy ships
- Seahorse, various versions of the Sikorsky H-34 military helicopter
- Sea Horse, a transport ship which was wrecked in Tramore Bay on 30 January 1816, killing 373 people.
- Sea Horse Baian, a fictional character in the manga Saint Seiya (aka Knights of the Zodiac)
- Battle of Mount Austen, the Galloping Horse, and the Sea Horse, an engagement between United States and Imperial Japanese forces
- The walrus
- The hippopotamus, which was often called a seahorse in the mid-nineteenth century
- Sea Horse (restaurant), a restaurant in Helsinki, Finland
- "Seahorses", an episode of the television series Teletubbies
- "Seahorses", a song by American medieval rock duo OCC for their 2018 debut album, Roadside Shrines
- F. F. E. Yeo-Thomas, S.O.E. operative had "SEAHORSE" as a code name during World War II
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