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This individual was I think a juvenile. They usually have a nice pattern of yellow dots over brown, with white face.
Rocks and coral reef crevices.
Thanks Carol! I should check the blog! I´ve been away from PN because of too much work lately...
Marta, amazing animal. WOW! And you are featured in the recent blog. Awesome!
So big to look like the Wall of China. :))
Congratulations, Marta! Your magnificent moray eel was featured in my Project Noah blog post, "It's Life - unique abilities for unique organisms" today!http://blog.projectnoah.org/post/4414706...
Yes..they must be borne for their predators..
They must be difficult to cook because of the many bones, right? I never tried one :-)
Just spectacular Marta..While young, we used to spearfish (Greece) and if we came upon one of these we sure treaded lightly..They are very good to eat if you can get a hold of them..Nick
Also because she was small compared to the adult size, it was very cute to find her
Lat: 38.71, Long: 13.19
Spotted on Jun 14, 2010 Submitted on May 23, 2011
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