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Moray Eel
Gymnothorax funebris

Though fearsome in appearance, moray eels represent no danger to humans unless disturbed.

Hurghada, Red Sea
Sea Facts:

Moray eels are true fish, complete with gills and fins. Their bodies are covered with a mucous coating to protect them from infection and parasites. They grow up to 8 feet long.


Moray Eel

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