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Eels have more than 100 vertebrae in their spines. This is why they’re so flexible and why they’re able to squeeze through the tiniest cracks. Dolphin Facts, Whale Facts, Dinosaur Facts, Lion Facts, Tiger Facts, Cat Facts, Fun Facts About Animals, Animal Facts, Elephant Facts

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Eels are able to swim backward and forwards. Dolphin Facts, Whale Facts, Dinosaur Facts, Lion Facts, Tiger Facts, Cat Facts, Fun Facts About Animals, Animal Facts, Elephant Facts

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They develop pigmentation when they’re in freshwater. Dolphin Facts, Whale Facts, Dinosaur Facts, Lion Facts, Tiger Facts, Cat Facts, Fun Facts About Animals, Animal Facts, Elephant Facts

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Eels are able to move themselves over wet grass and dig through wet sand to reach upstream. Dolphin Facts, Whale Facts, Dinosaur Facts, Lion Facts, Tiger Facts, Cat Facts, Fun Facts About Animals, Animal Facts, Elephant Facts

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Courting eels will open their mouths wide and wrap their bodies around each other for hours. They only separate when the female lays her eggs. The male then fertilizes the eggs. Dolphin Facts, Whale Facts, Dinosaur Facts, Lion Facts, Tiger Facts, Cat Facts, Fun Facts About Animals, Animal Facts, Elephant Facts

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Moray eels have long sharp canine teeth, while some have low nodular teeth. They’re also known to tie their bodies in knots in order to anchor themselves when tearing at food. Dolphin Facts, Whale Facts, Dinosaur Facts, Lion Facts, Tiger Facts, Cat Facts, Fun Facts About Animals, Animal Facts, Elephant Facts

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Eels move through the water with an undulating motion. Dolphin Facts, Whale Facts, Dinosaur Facts, Lion Facts, Tiger Facts, Cat Facts, Fun Facts About Animals, Animal Facts, Elephant Facts

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They have very poor eyesight and will often bite a divers fingers who give them food. Dolphin Facts, Whale Facts, Dinosaur Facts, Lion Facts, Tiger Facts, Cat Facts, Fun Facts About Animals, Animal Facts, Elephant Facts

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Eels are covered in slimy mucus that allows them to slither around reefs without getting scratched. Dolphin Facts, Whale Facts, Dinosaur Facts, Lion Facts, Tiger Facts, Cat Facts, Fun Facts About Animals, Animal Facts, Elephant Facts

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While eels are a delicacy in many cultures, they must be thoroughly cooked because their blood is very toxic. Dolphin Facts, Whale Facts, Dinosaur Facts, Lion Facts, Tiger Facts, Cat Facts, Fun Facts About Animals, Animal Facts, Elephant Facts

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The eel larvae change into glass eels and then into elvers, they’ll finally be close to becoming adults. Dolphin Facts, Whale Facts, Dinosaur Facts, Lion Facts, Tiger Facts, Cat Facts, Fun Facts About Animals, Animal Facts, Elephant Facts

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When eels are first born, they’re flat, transparent larvae. The larvae drifts to the surface of the sea to start feeding on dissolved nutrients. Dolphin Facts, Whale Facts, Dinosaur Facts, Lion Facts, Tiger Facts, Cat Facts, Fun Facts About Animals, Animal Facts, Elephant Facts

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After the eel breeds, it dies. The eel offspring will then take 3 years to become fully mature. Dolphin Facts, Whale Facts, Dinosaur Facts, Lion Facts, Tiger Facts, Cat Facts, Fun Facts About Animals, Animal Facts, Elephant Facts

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Some species of eels travel up to miles just to breed. This journey can take over 7 months to finish and while on the journey, the eel doesn’t eat. Dolphin Facts, Whale Facts, Dinosaur Facts, Lion Facts, Tiger Facts, Cat Facts, Fun Facts About Animals, Animal Facts, Elephant Facts

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Eels like to burrow in the sand because it allows them to surprise and attack their prey. However, some eels actually prefer to chase their prey. Dolphin Facts, Whale Facts, Dinosaur Facts, Lion Facts, Tiger Facts, Cat Facts, Fun Facts About Animals, Animal Facts, Elephant Facts

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Moray eels grow to be about 5 feet in length, with the exception of one species which grows up to 11 feet. Even though they can grow to massive sizes, they prefer to inhabit shallow waters. Humans often hunt and eat moray eels. Dolphin Facts, Whale Facts, Dinosaur Facts, Lion Facts, Tiger Facts, Cat Facts, Fun Facts About Animals, Animal Facts, Elephant Facts

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