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Old 03-05-2011, 08:12 PM   #1
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Smile New Moray Feeding Vid

YouTube - Feeding the Spotted Moray Eel

This is my new 2.5 foot Spotted Moray Eel eating Octopus for the first time since I have had her (since Tuesday 3-1-11)
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Awesome Video and fish! I also love the random clownfish and Chromisis that swim through the picture
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yeah they kept trying to eat the octo. I keep trying to catch them out of the tank but they are fast. Hopefully the eel doesnt eat them (fingers crossed)
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Fiesty! You bought him at 2.5ft? That must've been fun getting him home!
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That was very cool to watch.

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Fiesty! You bought him at 2.5ft? That must've been fun getting him home!
Yeah He was put into a large bag so it was like any other fish (other than it being a big bag and a large fish lol)
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That was very cool to watch.
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