The Wolf Eel by Isabella

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Wolf eels live in the Northern Pacific ocean near rocky reefs and kelp forests. They eat sea urchins and crabs. A male and female wolf eel are very loyal and stay together for a long time. They like to spend their days in little spaces.

                      Family Name:

                     Anarhichadidae

You can watch a really cool video of the life cycle of the Wolf Eel by Peter Kragh here:

https://youtu.be/8EEU4leH51M

                       Fun Facts

  •  Length: 7 feet
  • They lay up to 10,000 eggs
  •  Weight: 40 pounds
  •  The wolf eel is called an eel because it is long but it is actually a fish.

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