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Eels are elongated fishes that can range in length from 2 inches to 12 feet. Questions about these predators can be asked here.
Grouper
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they give birth in water
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fish
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A young eel is called an elver.
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Elvers
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158.11388300841898 volts WRONG According to: "Electric Fish." Encyclopedia Americana. the answer is: "The electric eel (Electrophorous electricus) can produce a discharge of over 500 volts (at about one ampere) and the fresh water African catfish (Malapterurus electricus) produces about 350 volt…
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Answer big fish like shark and some big fish might eat baby Eels (basicly anything larger that eats meat.)blue whales, and sharks
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In the wild, eels eat such animals as octopuses and fish. In captivity, though, eels will eat almost any meaty food including: -live fish-shrimp-squid and-chopped fishIn the wild, squid is a delicacy, so be sure to give your eel some once in a while.Also, be careful when feeding them! Eels have poor…
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Sand eels eat tiny pieces of mackerel
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Eel prey on fish and small crustaceans. Some eel have mouths consisting of a sucker surrounded with small teeth. The teeth pierce the scales and skin of fish and the eel sucks the blood for nourishment. Other species of eel have many sharp teeth and are able to bite and tear their prey into pieces t…
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Other moray eels are the most common predators of moray eels. Barracudas, groupers and people also eat moray eels.
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The main predators of moray eels are other moray eels but also large groupers, barracudas and people. In truth this represents very few predators, which explains why they have the confidence to live in burrows or crevices in the reef from which swift flight maybe difficult.
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Answer They are very similar to a snake .They have small fins on both sides of the body behind the head.The skin is smooth slimy with tiny scales.The eel looks similar to a snake.
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crabs
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Eels are eaten by large fish and sea birds. Raccoons will eat them. Some people will eat them. But some eels are so big like moray eels that they are at the top of the food chain.
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yes, eels are just really long fish.
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they open, then close, then swallow
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Diet:shrimp, other fish, squid, and other crustaceans and things with tentacles.
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It depends on the type of moray eel some like crabs some fish and some are scavengers and eat scraps and remains.
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Well, the first thing to do when you use your electric pot is to fill it with water. After doing so, you plug the kettle and turn it on. Usually it will light up (usually red color) when you turn the switch on. It will indicate that the kettle is boiling. It will then turn green when the boiling is …
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Barracuda, Grouper and Giant Trevally feed on moray eels.
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A group of eels has a few possible names. It can be called a swarm, cell, pipe, or an array. Which is odd since, true eels are a form of fish, but they are never considered a school.
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fish. it can also eat other big animals because of its large mouth.
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The average life expectancy of an eel is about 55 years but there are some that live to be over 100 years.
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worms,and other small stuff
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they are slimy animals and they look like snakes in the water you can go to google images and type in elles and you will she what eals look like
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ones that live in the sea they mainly hide in crevices waiting for prey 2 swim past
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Most eels will be found under water.
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Yes, all fish of any kind are vertabrates belonging to the phylum chordata. Which means the animal has a spine and spinal chord. Humans also belong to this phylum of animals. Now when we start talking about shrimp and lobsters and such the answer becomes no, invertabrates have no spine and derive th…
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Yes it does have a buoyancy system.The coelacanth (Latimeria spp.) is completely oil-filled (it has no air sinuses at all) and the swim bladder is filled with a fatty lipid. The oil is slightly positively buoyant and this counteracts the weight of the fish. These two factors enable the fish to rise …
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they harly have any predators but larger congers and sharks eat them
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freshwater and saltwater
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Yes they do .
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The New Zealand longfin eel is the world's largest and longest living freshwater eel. they are often found up to 1.75 metres in length. the largest recorded ever caught weighed 24 kilograms. They are a traditional food of Maori and are delicious.
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us lol just kidding its the sand shrimp because it is due to the migration of the shrimp in warmer water while juvenile flounder are still vulnerableDifferent things will eat a flounder. Larger fish in the water will eat a flounder as prey. Humans also eat flounder.
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yes they are! the European freshwater eel is listed as critically endangered in the IUCN red list... its not of least concern... its not vulnerable.... its not even just endangered... its CRITICALLY ENDANGERED.
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Many moray eels live in coral reefs in the intertidal zone.
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eels are blue, yellow, green, red, last but not least orange
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No water animals eats the electric eels since electric eels have very powerful shocks that can paralyze or hurt anything that gets its way. Humans have been known to eat electric eels on very rare occasions.
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grig no, it's an elver ignore grig please.
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an eel eats plankton
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Moray eels or Muraenidae is belongs to the family of cosmopolitan eels, in fact it is the largest type of eel existing in the world. With over 200 species in existence, moray eels as of the moment could not be considered as endangered.
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Eels live in holes and crevices in the corals.
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Ribbon eel's live in the pelagic zone:))
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yes it is loosers
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elver elvers
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yes yes they do bro, yo moma
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ling ling ding sing ting bing and do there you go ><
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It is a producer it feeds off the sun rays
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Eels are snake-like fish.
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no it's a fish
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40 YEARS.
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A wolf eel's diet can consist of crabs, mussels, sea urchins, clams, sand dollars, plankton, and snails.
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its called an elver
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Moray eels have not been known to kill anyone. However, they do have large and powerful jaws, and they have been known to bite and snap at people.
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Yes they can Kill... The shock from an electric eel affects the body by altering physiological functions such as involuntary muscle actions and respiration. Symptoms of being shocked by an electric eel can be respiratory paralysis and cardiac failure. These symptoms may result in death. Eels also ha…
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A lamprey and an eel are two different species of fish. Eels have teeth, lamprey have tooth plates in various patterns depending on species.
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they swim very fast
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35- 40 years depending on their environment and amount of food.
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shark,pirahanna,eel,whale,guppies,and more....................................................
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No fish do not have eyelids, they do not need eyelids or even have them because there eyes get all the moisture they need because they live in water.yes because as you see in a fish face you can see that it doesyes fish do have eyelids i saw in the bue planet aquaiem. it was the big massive ones no…
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Electric eels do not take any part in raising their young. Up to 1200 eggs are laid in a nest built by the male, the parents do not stay with the nest. Many of the eggs are consumed by other predators prior to hatching.
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electric eels are real they're just not real eels although they're similar.
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The incubation period is about 3 to 4 weeks. (other person) From the time the eggs are layed to when they are hatched is about 18 days after the second egg is layed. If the hen lays only one egg it is probably very old or very young.
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yes
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Eels can survive out of water for at least 15 minutes, they live in the water at a temperature of 17-23 degrees celsius.
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it depends which kind of eel.
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An eel's habitat is generally in wet, humid areas. It is likely to be found in ocean and river habitats.
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The moray Eel eats mostly mosses and bacteria just like the chipped-shark, they are bod em feeders at the bottom of the ocean. It also likes to eat shrimp, bactiria, and other more small crasher's. They usually eat slower fish and shrimp because they have bad eye sight well the moray eats fish o…
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Microbialculture: Microbialculture are micro organisims in vinegar that the eels eat. Hence the name "Vinegar Eel".
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The types of eels are salt water eels, freshwater eels, the swamp eels, rubber eels and the electric eels. It is an elongated fish that lives in the shallow waters.
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in the deep ocean, amidst open water.
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no, it is a free-living animal.
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A slim fish...
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The ocean
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There are many eel species, so these freshwater fishes can have different life spans. For example, the fire eel, which is native to Cambodia and Indonesia, has a life span of about 20 years. Others can have either longer or shorter life spans in the wild, and in captivity they can live up to 50 year…
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Electric eels are found in South America. They live in murky waterways of the Amazon and Orinoco basins. A distribution map can be found at the related link below. They live in a freshwater biome. 2 <3 :)
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Sand eels eat a variety of crustaceans including crab and shrimp. They are actually a species of small fish rather than an eel.
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Eel's move by swimming. They sway side to side to move.I like you'er answers i thick it's great ! :D
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Basically the electric organ of eels functions like a battery, but instead of using chemicals it uses nerve cells and the polarization/depolarization across their cell membranes. The organ consists of a stack of thousands of thin, disc-like cells. One side or face of each of these cells receives inp…
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YeYs indeed people around the world boil, fry, and sautee fresh water eels. i have been told my trustworthy refrences that they are very good! Go try some or ask more stupid questions about eels!!!!!
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Eels protect themselves by electrocuting their predators
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It really depends on the type of fish. Some fish have extremely sharp teeth while others do not have teeth at all.
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Grown eels eat little fish and babies eat insects. It also shocks a human and leaves a sting, or it shocks its prey. Electric eels can eat fish that are good in size for them and they have been known to shock them. An electric eel has its charge for defense and to (like lots of eels), kill and ea…
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They will fight back and bite the enemy. They will also shock the enemy with electricity.
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a budgies gestation is normal around 2 weeks (14-17 days)
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According to the Related Link: "Baron Alexander von Humboldt (September 14, 1769-May 6, 1859) was a Prussian naturalist and explorer who explored much of Central and South America. Humboldt and his friend, the French medical doctor/botanist Aime-Jacques-Alexandre Goujoud Bonpland (1773-1858), explor…
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it runs away
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Of course they do. If they didn't have a tongue, they wouldn't be able to speak.
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Eels have a few predators: - Grouper fish - Barracuda fish - Most other large carnivorous fish - Sea birds - Raccoons (they drag freshwater eels from rivers) - Humans - Other eels
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a young eel is a elver
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yes that's why if they thought the octopus will be the moray eels dinner.(moray eels are predators to octopuses)
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Electric eels are a type of meat-eating fish. They like to feed on fish, as well as other small animals like frogs.
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eels live at the ocean floor
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Eels are fish, and fish have a skeleton. Note, however, that the skeletons of fish are not composed of "bone" as we know it, but of cartilage.
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It is possible, but the electric eel is more likely to seriously injure you.
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