A white mouth moray eel pokes out of its rocky shelter, mouth agape. Whitemouth morays have what’s known as pharyngeal jaws, which means they have their front row of teeth that we see in the image, and then a second pair go jaws in their throat. This extra pair of jaws pulls prey into their bodies.
|Photo Location:||Lanai, HA, United States of America|
|Camera:||Canon EOS 80D|
|Copyright:||© Abigail Dahl|