We check each protocol one by one:
a. The protocol can be Stop-and-Wait with the receive window size of 1 and
the send window size of 1.
b. The protocol can also be Go-Back-N with the receive window size of 1 and
the send window size of n packets.
c. The protocol cannot be Selective-Repeat because the size of both windows
should be the same (1), which means the protocol is Stop-and-Wait, not
Blue-green would be teal and a moray is an eel.
Green moray was created in 1840.
other green moray eel eat
the Green Moray Eels get about 44 inches long.
There are approximately 200 species of moray eel, each with its own pigmentation. Listed are some of the more common species and their coloring. The Green Moray, as it's name suggests, is a bright green. Honeycomb moray eels are off-white with many small brown spots in a pattern similar to a bee's comb. The jewel moray is a long slender Moray eel that has black coloring and has pale yellow and green spots. The Ribbon moray, may be the most vibrant with its florescent blue body and vivid yellow maw.
No, the green moray eels are not endangered as of 2014. There are 200 known species of moray eels and they are found in oceans around the world.