Info About Yellow-Edged Eel
The Yellow-Edged Moray ( Gymnothorax flavimarginatus) has a variety of names, such as Yellow-Margin, Leopard, and Speckled Moray Eels. They sport dark brown or black body that is adorned with yellow speckles. They are often found in the Indo-Pacific Ocean, in outcroppings or mid-level reefs and consume fish and crustaceans from dusk until dawn. They are among the only predators to the Lionfish (Pterois miles) in the Red Sea and may also create a symbiotic relationship cleaner shrimp. They can grow to a maximum of 96 inches. They should be kept in a cool and deep enclosure, with dim lighting and be fed a balanced diet of fish and crustaceans.