What do eels look like?


Eels are snake-like fish.
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Common Eel
Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Actinopterygii Order: Anguilliformes Family: Anguillidae Genus: Anguilla Species: Anguilla anguilla
The geographic range of adult European eels includes the English Channel and coasts of the Mediterranean Sea and northern Atlantic Ocean from Iceland to Mauritania. Their range also encompasses the Baltic and North Seas, as... More »
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Eels are characterized by a long snakelike body covered with minute scales embedded in the
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Swamp eels are fish, but they are not closely related to other living eels or snake-like marine and freshwater fishes. Unlike the native American eel, swamp eels do not migrate to
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