With a length of a single inch and a diameter of almost nothing at all, the Lembeh Pygmy Pipedragon is the smallest of a group of fish known as Pygmy Pipehorses.
They’re a cross between pipefish and seahorses. Their bodies are long, not quite as straight as a pipefish but not as brutally bent and broken as a seahorse.
They also have a nifty prehensile tail to grab hold of stuff so they don’t have to swim all the time. That’s good, because they’re pretty crap at swimming.
We get the sweetest little dragons these days!
Video: EunJae Im