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Keep the red seahorse
I'm in level 25 and theres a new guest. it's the red seahorse. what can i do to get the red seahorse? which corals or ornaments do i need?
Answer from: Toolsh1p
I got the red seahorse already. grow 6 bright green marine bonsai, but around of them there shoudn't be other corals or plants because the red seahorse want to be alone.
Answer from: Canadianclam
I grew 6 bright green marine bonsai away from plants, nothing happened, so I sold those, planted 6 green marine bonsai, got impatient, grew one with a pearl, the screen went to the red sea horse, but he settled around an older bright green bonsai I had planted earlier surrounded by plants, weird. Thanks, anyway.
Answer from: Kenzothelonious
I would suggest trying just the dark green bonsai first, then the lighter ones, def 6 light ones isn't the entire solution
Answer from: samerrf
I grew 6 bright green marine bonsai and one green marine bonsai next of them and far away from other plants its work
Answer from: reef6243392
One green marine bonsai is a must have. Do not know how many light green is needed. I began with the 6 light gr, nothing happened. But when the green bonsai was finished it stayed. So I agree with Kenzothelonious, start with the green bonsai.
Answer from: raksh7902
I grew one new bright green marine bonsai and one new green marine bonsai and it stayed.
Answer from: Treasure
My red sea horse did not stay until I planted a new green marine bonsai next to a new bright green marine bonsai.
Answer from: MzShevy
All you need is one green and one bright green right next to each other.
Answer from: Missy
You need to plant only 1 bright green bonsai and 1 dark green bonsai next to each other.
From: Lancashire lass
Posted on: 03-10-2014
Posted on: 03-06-2014
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