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Zebra Moray Eel

The elusive zebra moray eel (gymnomuraena zebra) is smaller and more shy than its moray cousins. It is blackish brown with distinctive white-green to white-blue stripes. It also has a blunter nose than it's moray relatives. It prefers rocky walls and areas with boulders and rocks. It is shy and will hide from snorkelers and divers. It eats crabs and mollusks.

Here are some related tips to help plan your trip to The Galápagos Islands: Planning your Galapagos Trip, Yellow-Crowned Night Heron, Marine Iguana, Where to Book a galapagos Trip, Stingrays, Galápagos Giant Tortoise, Punta Suarez, Flightless Cormorant, Parrot Fish and The Galápagos Fishing War.








By Christopher Minster
I am a writer and editor at V!VA Travel guides here in Quito, where I specialize in adding quality content to the site and also in spooky things like...
31 Oct 2007




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