The Mediterranean Moray Eel (Muraena helena) is a marine (saltwater) fish. It is also known as the Roman Eel.
The Mediterranean Moray Eel has an elongated body, which can be dark-grey or dark-brown with small dark spots. Unlike fish, it does not have scales on its body. Its dorsal (back) fin runs along the top of its body. It does not have pectoral (side) fins. It has a long mouth with sharp teeth. It has gills to breath.
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The Fimbriated Moray Eel (Gymnothorax fimbriatus) is a tropical marine (saltwater) fish. It is also known as the Spot-Face Moray Eel or the Darkspotted Moray Eel.
The Fimbriated Moray Eel has an elongated body with a paddle-shaped tail. It is yellow or creamy-yellow with scattered black markings on its body. Its head is tapered with a small mouth and very sharp teeth. Its bottom jaw is white or creamy-white.
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The Zebra Moray Eel (Gymnomuraena zebra) is a tropical marine (saltwater) fish.
The Zebra Moray Eel has an elongated body with a paddle-shaped tail. It has black and white bands around its body. Sometimes the bands are chocolate-brown and white. Its head is rounded with a small mouth and very sharp teeth.
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The Giant Moray Eel (Gymnothorax javanicus) is a marine fish.
The Giant Moray Eel is a brown snake-like fish with black specks and spots. It has a black patch around its gills. It has small eyes and a small mouth with sharp teeth.
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