Enchelynassa canina (Quoy & Gaimard, 1824). Moray eels are legendary predators on coral reefs. Note the second set of jaws in the “throat”; these are the gill arches, which are present in all fish. Gill arches support the gills, the major respiratory organ of fish. Size of specimen: 71 centimeters (28 inches)
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