Los dragones de mar
Leafy or weedy, sea dragons—cousins to sea horses—are underwater masters of disguise. Though not actual dragons, these small fish have skin flaps that look like seaweed and some can even change color! Emergent readers will discover the sea dragon’s camouflage abilities as well as how males are in charge of egg-carrying. A photographic search-and-find feature explores anatomy, habitat, and reproduction in this North American Spanish translation.