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The Laced moray is carnivorous. It feeds mainly on small fish and cephalopods
They are known to attack humans only when disturbed, but then they can be quite vicious.
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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