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Morays: The Alien Eels

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A Tiger moray eel with its jaws open. The Tiger Moray is distinctive for its bright yellow coloring and elongated jaw, which is filled with a large number of long
Moray eels are one of nature's success stories. There are more than 200 species that inhabit tropical and subtropical seas across the planet. On this global adventure, an international team of scientists and filmmakers uncover the secrets of these infamous reef hunters – and get right under their skin. They reveal the remarkable truth about this supreme underwater predator, known to most only for its needle sharp teeth and ugly reputation.

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