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area and the Moray district of the Grampian region. For other uses, see Moray (disambiguation). Moray Moireibh Moray Logo of {{{common_name}}} Logo Location ScotlandMoray. More

Moray eels are cosmopolitan eels of the family Muraenidae. More

The green moray eel, Gymnothorax funebris (Ranzani, 1839), aka black moray, green cong, green conger, green congo, green eel, and olive-green moray eel, is one of the most common and one of the largest of the moray eels. These eels average 1. More

Thomas Henry Moray (August 28, 1892 - May, 1974) was an inventor from Salt Lake City, Utah. More

Moray - is the name of the Incan ruins near the town of Maras, Peru that sits six hundred meters above Urubamba and the Sacred Valley of the Incas. More

Moray Tourist Information = The County of Moray is situated in the north east of Scotland on the shore of the Moray Firth - one of the important fishing areas of Scotland. More

Morays have a wide mouth and strong, sharp teeth for seizing and holding prey (chiefly other fishes). They attack humans only when disturbed. Most species are less than 5 ft (1. More

5 in), the smallest moray is likely the Snyder's moray (Anarchias leucurus), while the longest species, the slender giant moray (Strophidon sathete) reaches up to 4 metres (13 ft). More

Henry Moray makes some final adjustments in tuning his radiant energy device to tap zero-point vacuum energy THE MORAY RADIANT ENERGY DEVICE In the early 1900's, Dr. T. More

MORAY, Earl of, a very ancient title, the native possessors of which, during the middle ages, originally called maormors, appear to have been the most powerful chiefs in Scotland. More

* Moray, kingdom of A Dictionary of British History Fetching document information... More

Did Sir Robert Moray, distinguished Freemason and first president of the Royal Society betray his King? In order to learn more about this very complex man and the exciting times in which he lived, we will attempt to examine his motives and actions More

map showing Morayshire in relation to other counties in Scotland MORAY Description in 1887, and map showing location "ELGINSHIRE (or Morayshire), maritime county , in NE. of Scotland; is bounded N. More

Henry Moray truly discovered, we must pass through the waters of time most arcane, until we emerge fully prepared to appreciate the wonder of his find. Why this is so will become most apparent as we progress through the narrative. More

Moray (SS‑300) was laid down 21 April 1943 at Cramp Shipbuilding Co., Philadelphia, Pa.; launched 14 May 1944; sponsored by Mrs. Styles Bridges, wife of the New Hampshire Senator; and commissioned 26 January 1945, Comdr. Frank L. Barrows in command. More

site contains information about Moray College that is intended to be of general interest. We hope that you enjoy your visit to this site and will choose to come back again. More

Visit Moray Tourist Information Local Heritage Museums Homecoming Scotland 2009 Have Your Say Scotland's Zero Waste Plan Licensing Forum's Discussion Board Consultations Register Simple Search - More

Moray Tourist information and visitors guide to towns and villages = Moray is a great holiday location with lots of things to do, places to stay and favourable weather. More

Thomas Henry Moray (August, 1892 - May, 1974) was an inventor from Salt Lake City, Utah. Moray graduated from The Latter Day Saint's Business College. Moray studied electrical engineering through an international correspondence school course. He received a electrical engineering degree from the University of Uppsala. More

Moray is a small village and also an Inca archaeological site, of course, the site is located near the village. This Peruvian Inca archaeological wonder is almost alien-like, reminding us of the crop circles that are said to be made by UFOs. More

* The five species of moray eel: New Zealand's five species of moray eel are found in the north-eastern part of the North Island. * The yellow moray is the most common coastal species. More

to link to this site and help support further development of Moray For Windows. - Moray Logo The Official Moray Homepage = A Wireframe Modeller for POV-Ray 3. More

Moray n (Placename) a council area and historical county of NE Scotland: part of Grampian region from 1975 to 1996: mainly hilly, with the Cairngorm mountains in the S. Administrative centre: Elgin. Pop.: 86 940 (2001). Area: 2238 sq. km (874 sq. More

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Moray: Incan agriculture * Tip Rating: toonsarah * By toonsarah on June 25, 2006 More

The region of Moray, in the North East of Scotland, is famed for its malt whisky, breathtaking beaches like Burghead, Hopeman and Lossiemouth, and coastlines rich in birdlife, like Spey Bay and Culbin Sands. More

Related Articles: Freshwater Moray Eels by Bob Fenner, Moray Eels in General, Brackish Water Fishes, Freshwater Eels, Freshwater Moray Eels by Marco Lichtenberger Images of G. More

Common names

Moray in English
Morena in sp
Muréna jižní in Czech (česky)
Muréna jižní in Czech (česky)
South Pacific moray in English
澳洲裸胸鱔 in Mandarin Chinese
澳洲裸胸鳝 in Mandarin Chinese

Picture of Gymnothorax panamensis has been licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial.
Original source: FishBase
-John E. Randall -Author: John E. Randall
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Order : Anguilliformes
Family : Muraenidae
Genus : Gymnothorax
Species : Gymnothorax panamensis
Authority : Lavenberg, 1992