The Japanese conger eel, which joined the group this time, belongs to the same group as the Chinese garden eel.
They live in the sands of the seabed with only their faces and parts of their bodies exposed.
It can be distinguished from the spotted garden eel by its blackish body with a line of white dots.
Doesn't this white pattern look like a beautiful "pearl"?
In addition to the Chinese conger eel, a member of the Sinju conger eel, the ``Coral Reef Sand'' aquarium has an orange and white striped fish called the Western conger eel.
They also live in sand.
Find the characteristics of each and try to distinguish between the three types.
|Exhibition place||“Coral Reef Sand” tank (3rd floor Eternal Sea Zone)|