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ⓘ Moray eels is a family of eel. Sometimes they are also called by their Latin name Muraenidae. Moray eels can be found all over the world. There are 200 differen ..




Moray eel
                                     

ⓘ Moray eel

Moray eels is a family of eel. Sometimes they are also called by their Latin name Muraenidae. Moray eels can be found all over the world. There are 200 different species in 15 genera.

Typically, moray eels grow to a length of about 1.5 metres. The largest known moray eel is the Slender giant moray, which can reach 4 metres in length. Moray eels live in coral reefs and rocky areas, at a depth of about 200m.

These reefs are usually in tropical or subtropical waters. They spend most of their time inside deep cracks in rocks. they are very dangerous and have big teeth Morays are carnivores. They prey on other fish, cephalopods, mollusks, and crustaceans. Groupers, other moray eels, and Barracudas are amongst their predators.They have razor sharp teeth which can pierce your skin.

                                     
  • Myrocongridae thin eels Family Muraenidae moray eels Suborder Chlopsoidei Family Chlopsidae false morays Suborder Congroidei Family Congridae congers
  • Chlopsidae false morays Heterenchelyidae mud eels Moringuidae worm eels Muraenidae moray eels and Myrocongridae thin eels Nelson, Joseph
  • species may become antennae in a different species or legs in another. Moray eels and some other fish have two sets of jaws. The outer jaws in their faces
  • goatfish. Their cooperative hunting technique is similar to that of the moray eel The kraits flush out prey from narrow crevices and holes. Kraits need
  • zebras. The Living Coast: Humboldt penguins, Inca terns, grey gulls, and moray eels Pachyderm House: Eastern black rhinoceroses, hippopotamuses, and South
  • A Pacific cleaner shrimp cleans a mouth of moray eel
  • home to lookdowns, live sharksuckers, porkfish, gruntfish, and green moray eels This gallery has over 500 animals in eight different exhibits. These