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Making Friends With A Moray Eel
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Making Friends With A Moray Eel
Valerie Taylor, through persistence and patience, has managed to befriend what is commonly thought of as a very dangerous, vicious and bad-tempered animal.


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Posted by Averusblack on September 16, 2014
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Posted by pauldee094 on July 19, 2018 at 4:51 am
There are over 400 species of eel.
Eels live in both saltwater and fresh water.
Even though the eel looks like a snake it is really a fish. They have long, narrow bodies with long dorsal and anal fins. Most eels have no scales. ...
Eels have gills and very sharp teeth.
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