Giant Moray Eel

Common Name:
Giant Moray Eel
Chordata ()
Gymnothorax javanicus
Average Size:
2 metres

The Giant Moray Eel is the largest & most common of the Moray Eels in the Indo-Pacific region. Although they look scary, they are just forcing water through their gills while resting in the reef. They generally feed on crustaceans at night.

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