Snowflake Moray, Kona, Hawaii by SteveD.: The snowflake moray eel (Echidna nebulosa) has white, black and yellow splotches all over its body, which come together to look like snowflake designs. Moray eels eat their prey in a unique way – with two jaws. The second set of jaws is in their throat, which shoots up and grabs the prey from the main pair of jaws, drawing the prey down to the esophagus. http://ocean.si.edu/ocean-photos/snowflake-moray-eel #Moray_Eel
Neon EelCredit: Cigdem Sean Cooper | shutterstockThis close-up view of the Gymnothorax undulates species of moray eel shows its distinctive pattern of light, lime-green speckles on a dark olive background. Its sinister smile brings to mind the malicious twin moray eels from Disney's "The Little Mermaid."