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Wisdom Wednesday 6/17/20

Shore Buddies Wisdom Wednesday

Photo of a Cusk Eel by Instagram user Michael Patrick O'Neil

Photo by Michael Patrick O'Neil

 

Not much is known about the Cusk Eel due to its elusive nature and deep water habitats. What we do know is this eel is mesmerizing in appearance. Not many have been spotted being of how deep they live, but when one is spotted it is fast to dart away into the dark waters. Looking at their lineage, Cusk Eels aren't actually eels (they have ventral fins, which in true eels are typically missing or underdeveloped) but were given their name as a nod to their snake-like appearance.

 

https://www.businessinsider.com/the-worlds-deepest-fish-is-cusk-eel-2014-12

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