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Sharptail Eel

Myrichthys breviceps

Habitat:

Along the coasts of the Caribbean sea, on sea grass beds and on reefs. Mainly night active, they may also be seen foraging during daylight.

Notes:

Enjoyed watching this guy forage about the shallow gravelly / algae beach.

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4 Comments

LivanEscudero
LivanEscudero a year ago

Yes, this eel is underwater. Not very deep; it was hunting among the pebbles and algae in a very shallow beach. I’ll try to add a video soon.

cole24
cole24 a year ago

Is this eel not under water? I honistly thought that all eels had to stay under water. Now I think I now nothing about eels.

swain18
swain18 a year ago

Ewwwwwwwwww.

Zlatan Celebic
Zlatan Celebic a year ago

Beautiful.

LivanEscudero
Spotted by
LivanEscudero

Mundo Nobo, Curaçao, Netherlands

Spotted on Mar 30, 2019
Submitted on May 4, 2019

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