Wolf Eel

Pictures of wolf eels, Anarrhichthys ocellatus, a close relative of the wolf fish

wolf eel | Wolf eel, although similar in shape to eels, is cartilaginous and not ...

wolf eel | Wolf eel, although similar in shape to eels, is cartilaginous and not ...

The wolffish is actually modeled after evolution’s cousin Frank. Evolution has always secretly hated its cousin Frank.

Meet the Atlantic wolffish (Anarhichas lupus), an ocean fish found around Asia. Their bizarre appearance isn't all that sets them apart - they also produce a natural antifreeze to keep their blood moving in the cold waters they inhabit.

Wolf Eel

Wolf Eel

Wolf eel - Wikipedia

Wolf eel - Wikipedia

So these dudes look like eyeballs before the hatch and then they uncoil into eels. (via defne)

In late March, we brought you news of Birch Aquarium at Scripps' hatching of 250 tiny Wolf-eels. The pictures, taken by Peter Kragh, show the eels at the.

The Wolf Eel: The Old Man of the Sea ~ The Ark In Space

The Wolf Eel: The Old Man of the Sea ~ The Ark In Space

Wolf Eel   (Anarrichthys ocellatus)  The wolf eel is not really an eel, but an eel-like fish with large, powerful jaws. As ferocious as the may appear, they are not dangerous. Their strong jaws are used for cracking the shells of sea urchins and other invertebrates. They will also feed on some small fish. Wolf eels can be found in rock crevasses throughout the Pacific from the Sea of Japan to southern California.

The results of nature's experiments can be found throughout the world's seas in some of the more unusual fishes.

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