Eels

Most Eels reach a size between 24 to 36 inches. Eels feed mostly on fish and crustaceans, and most species adjust well to life in captivity and are very hardy inhabitants. A larger aquarium with adequate hiding places and a well-sealed lid is essential for maintaining Eels.

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The Garden Eel, also known as Hass's Garden Eel, looks like a colony of seagrass. The main portion of the Garden eel is usually buried in the sand, and if approached, retreats... [Read more]



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The Jeweled Moray Eel originates from the shorelines of the Eastern Pacific, from the Gulf of California and south throughout Central America. They are one of the smaller Moray... [Read more]



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The Snowflake Eel, also known as the Snowflake Moray Eel, Clouded Moray, or Starry Moray, is one of the most beautiful morays, and inhabits caves and crevices throughout the Indo-Pacific... [Read more]



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The Wolf Eel is often referred to as a Blenny. However, it is a pseudochromid (Dottyback). Its common names include Carpet Eel Blenny, Eared Eel Blenny, and Green Wolf Eel. Its... [Read more]



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The Zebra Moray Eel is an eyecatching and extremely docile species that derives its name from the bold pattern of bars on its body. The Zebra Moray Eel is an ideal moray for the... [Read more]