There are no guarantees--general characteristics may not fit any specific animal--but the snowflake eel (Echidna nebulosa) is one of the best moray eels for a saltwater community or reef tank.
Very small fish might be in danger but the greatest risk is to small crustaceans, particularly shrimp.
yes if the snowflake eel has a large rock for a shelter
They eat anything that they can find in the water.
A snowflake moray eel
yes eels and sharks are commonly kept together...
Technically there is not eel in eel sauce, but if you make it traditionally, you would put eel bones in it while cooking and remove them before consuming.
They will eat almost any kind of fish. They are a type of moray eel, who tend to be aggresive.
There have been reports of snowflake eel's living for 12-20 year (or more!) in captivity. With a healthy tank and a good varied diet it should live at least 12-15 years (on average).
possibly it really depends on what type of moray eel it is. if it is a less aggressive breed of moray eel, like the snowflake moray eel than most likely yes because the puffer fish if a very aggressive fish. although it has no teeth it has a strong beak like a parrot it likes to peck the eyes out of the other fish in the tank .
The freshwater eel.
Fulg de zÄƒpadÄƒ is a Romanian equivalent of 'snowflake'.
Snowflake is a noun.
No, an eel is not a producer. An eel is a consumer.
The address of the Snowflake Heritage Foundation is: 1020 W Flake Ave, Snowflake, AZ 85937-5093
Because it is a flake of snow
The snowflake is "die Schneeflocke".
A snowflake has six spokes.
A snowflake is a natural form.
what is a "snowflake baby"
there are 12 fingers on a snowflake.
The address of the Snowflake Academy Foundation is: 418 S 4Th St W, Snowflake, AZ 85937-5549