Report out of Weymouth, Dorset, England tells of a long-snouted seahorse discovered lying on the lawn. Seems likely it was dropped by a passing gull. Karen Warr, pictured, picked it up in a slice of fish, popped it in a bowl of tepid water and rushed the living seahorse to a nearby Sea Life Centre, where it's apparently making a recovery. They've named it Pegasus.
Our sea star fell just a few yards inland. This seahorse made it three miles from the sea.