Question: How big is a giant moray eel?

The Giant Moray is mostly brown with dark brown spots. The species is the largest of all the Indo-Pacific morays, growing to 2.5 m in length.

How big can a moray eel get?

Moray eels are usually vividly marked or coloured. They generally do not exceed a length of about 1.5 metres (5 feet), but one species, Thyrsoidea macrurus of the Pacific, is known to grow about 3.5 metres (11.5 feet) long.

How big is the biggest eel?

Description and behavior. European congers have an average adult length of 1.5 m (5 ft), a maximum known length of around 2.133 m (7 ft) (possibly up to 3 metres (9.8 ft) for the largests specimens), and maximum weight of roughly 72 kg (159 lb), making them the largest eels in the world by weight.

What is the biggest moray eel recorded?

Slender Giant Moray The longest moray eel, the Slender Giant Moray, has been recorded at 13 feet long! The Giant Moray, although smaller in length at 8 feet, is the largest because it also weighs 66 pounds.

Can moray eels survive out of water?

They can survive for hours. they exude a mucus coat over themselves when they jump out. all you have to do is throw them in the water and they will shed it. I do recommend sucking out the slime and skin they shed off.

How long can a moray eel stay out of water?

Chain moray eels (Echidna catenata) live and hunt close to the surface. They can survive for around 30 minutes outside of water, and they arent afraid to go hunting in shallow shores or tide pools.

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