WATERY WEDNESDAY # 77
It’s time to grab your snorkel gear and meet today’s fish! Keep your eyes peeled in the cracks and crevices because that’s where these animals like to hide!
MEET THE ZEBRA MORAY!
Diet: Carnivore: fish, crustaceans
Length/Weight: up to 35”/ 22 lb
Conservation Status: common
- Zebra Morays are fish.
- They have long muscular bodies with no pectoral or pelvic fins.
- Zebra morays usually hide in rocks or coral.
- Zebra morays are very territorial and can be aggressive.
- They have toxins in their skin to protect them from predators.
Zebra morays are really cool fish! Most people think they are eels, but they aren’t! We like their patterns too!