Yes centenly all eels bite
Yes, eels can bite humans, f your not careful. They can bite you twice, because they have two sets of jaws.
Yes, they do.
Eels mainly suffer from frost bite and scurvy
their bite (which is very powerful )
bad because they bite you
Most American Eels live alone
moray eels usually fight back and use their teeth to bite their enemies. electric eels electricute their predators and their prey.
They will fight back and bite the enemies.
No they can just not hard that is y sting u
i assume "saltwarter" means saltwater. saltwater eels do not sting, they do not have anthing that can sting you. but god gave them viscious jaws, they have a very strong bite and large eels are known to have taken off divers hands. so my advice to you is not to stick your hand anywhere their jaws. which idiot wrote that? you can eat eat eels. when they're dead they don't bite.
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.
i don't get your question
some eels live on land and others live on water. different types of eels are american ells,m European eels e6c
They will fight back and bite the enemy. They will also shock the enemy with electricity.
An electric eel has killed a caiman with its volts, but it also died from the caiman's bite.
Get a small piece of plastic pipe and aim it towards your eels hide. Drop the food through it to the eels. They will be more alert at night which is a good time to feed them.
Eels are long like snakes that will sting you (electrify) fish will bite you should know what fish look like they don't have a stinger thing on the end of them eels do though
After American eels reaches maturity in freshwater lakes and rivers, they make their way to the ocean. They swim or drift with currents until they reach the Sargasso Sea between Bermuda and Puerto Rico. Here the eels die after spawning.
There are about 800 species of eels. Some common names are: freshwater eels false morays mud eels spaghetti eels moray eels thin eels worm eels congers long neck eels pike congers duckbill eels snake eels snipe eels sawtooth eels cutthroat eels
Some species of eels have been known to have a nasty bite, but they will usually only attack when they are feeling threatened or their home is being disturbed. They have also been know to accidentally bite the hands of divers who hand feed them. Eels do not see humans as a food source. Eels will not intentionally attack a human. Once an eel reaches the juvenile stage (elver), it would be capable of biting.