Did you know?
They feed on crabs, sea urchins, crabs, snails, mussels, clams and fish.
They sometimes get “itchy” skin and can be seen swimming upside down rubbing their backs on rocks to scratch the itch.
They live in the North Pacific and can be found sheltering among rocks.
They swim by making deep S-shapes with their bodies, like a snake moving across the ground. They are grey coloured, with large heads and dark spots over their backs. Males have thick jaws and a bulging forehead. Combined with their long, snaggly front teeth they look ferocious, but wolf-eels tend to be aggressive only to other wolf-eels.
Experience life in the cool seas and see creatures from our coastal waters as well as deep-water dwellers