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(→Trivia: Random footnote from a zoology geek. I hope it's not too tangential to the point.)
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- Forty-first Thing a Week, released July 14, 2006.
- As Coulton noted upon release, the behaviour described in the song "is not actually the way things really are for seahorses". In reality, like most fish species, seahorses do not care for their young once they are born. Male, rather than female, seahorses are responsible for bearing their young, but do not rear them.