The arapaima preys on electric eels, but more likely the dead ones.
night fish eat electric eels
Large fish like eels and sharks
Lancet fish are thought to be gulper eels main predators. Large gulper eels probably eat smaller ones when they get the chance.
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.
A Carribian Monk seal eats fish, lobster, eels, and octupus
Bigger carnivorous fish like moray eels, sharks, etc.
Moray eels eats fish and squid, and occasionally molluscs and crustaceans.
Yes Seahorses and Eels are fish. Seahorses belong to the class of Actinopterygii, or Ray Finned Fish. Eels, there are dozens upon dozens of fish that get called "Eel", from Moray Eels to Electric Eels to Spiny Eels. They are all fish.
baruccuda and other eels
big fish like shark and some big fish might eat baby Eels (basicly anything larger that eats meat.)blue whales, and sharks
larger predators like barracuda,eels,sharks,and some predatory trouts
Austin blind salamanders get eaten by eels, crayfish, and large fish.
Sharks eat parrot fish, also Marlines are known to as well. In addition, moray eels eat parrotfish.
Puffins eat sand eels.
No.I know that eels are fish,but eels do not have tails like other fish.
eels eat fish
Eels are classified as fish!
yes, eels are just really long fish.
Parrotfish`s predators are snappers, jacks, moray eels and other carnivorous fishes. parrot fish are eaten by sharks. obviously
Humans do eat electric eels when they are dead. The electric eel's meat tastes like fish.
Yes, eels are bony fish. Hope this helped! ~Q6F14~
Eels are fishand all fish are cold blooded.
Predator fish that eat butterfly fish include snappers, sharks, eels and other larger predators. Butterfly fish are small, growing to up to 6 inches in length.
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