BtN

Facts:

Weedy sea dragons are found in the south and east coast.

Scientists are using a special face recognition software to name and (sort of ) tag them.

Rising sea temps are killing the kelp so they can’t blend in.

Understanding:

Sea dragons are on the near threatened list as the sea kelp disappears but new information could put them on the endangered list.

On the north side of Sydney you could find lots of weedys but now you could only find one or none

Question:

what one there diet?

http://www.abc.net.au/btn/story/s4671270.htm