03-25-2008, 12:44 PM
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Originally Posted by Gump
There is no such thing as a freshwater moray eel. Morays are very hardy fish and some people acclimate them to brackish or freshwater to sell them quicker.
This I am aware of, and was aware when I bought it. which is why, when describing the Eel, I put quotations around the Freshwater emphises. I know that certain species of Moray Eels (Mainly the common dwarf snowflake eel) are born in freshwater, and then go to salt water (Such as the species in which I have). so, I was just curious as to how long they stayed in freshwater before moving out to sea.