Did you know?
The Laced moray is carnivorous. It feeds mainly on small fish and cephalopods
They have two sets of jaws!
The laced moray is widespread throughout the Indo-West Pacific area. It lives on the outer slopes of coral reefs. During the day, it sits sheltered in crevices.
Laced moray is a large Moray which can reach a maximum length of 300cm, but specimens usually encountered are much smaller. Its serpentine shaped body has a white to yellowish background colour, dotted with numerous black spots.
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