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Photo: Australia's White Seahorse is now the second seahorse in the world to be listed as endangered. (Supplied: Dr David Harasti)

It is not much more than a chicken wire cage, but the nicely named "seahorse hotel" is behind a population resurgence of Australia's endangered white seahorse.

Know your seahorses

One of the largest concentrations of seahorses in the world was once found at Port Stephens on the New South Wales coast, until wild storm seasons from 2010 to 2013 destroyed habitat and almost destroyed the population.

"If you wanted to see seahorses, you'd come to Port Stephens. You'd hop in here and you'd see 30 to 40 seahorses on every single dive, it was fantastic," said Dr David Harasti from NSW Fisheries.

"But in just a three-year period the population declined by 90 per cent. One site where I used to get 400 animals, I saw 10 there. On another site the population of 200 went down to about 20.

"The decline was quite dramatic and because of that decline the species became the second endangered seahorse listed in the world."

Dr Harasti said several large East Coast Low storms shifted large volumes of sand in the port which smothered the seahorse habitat of soft corals and sponges.

A number of poorly located moorings and anchor damage from boats also contributed to the habitat destruction and left behind vast tracts of barren sand.

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Fortunately, Dr Harasti was struck with inspiration.

"I used to see old discarded crab traps underwater covered in sponges and algae and just by chance I'd see seahorses living on them," he said.

"So we decided to introduce our own artificial habitats and I've called them seahorse hotels.

"I've always got this whole concept underwater — if you build it they will come — so we've built the infrastructure for the seahorses, the hotels are there and now the seahorses are colonizing them."

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