Ordinary eel

The Ordinary eel lives in the demersal, marine environment.

Maybe, because an ordinary eel could easily be mistaken for a snake - we will probably never know. As we have seen, wings can be added to practically every sea- or land-beast. More

it taste like maybe that of an ordinary eel, but imagine 300 million year old creature, hmmm, i mean it stays here for that very long year - its species, it should be banned (the harvesting of such creatures), i just got it from yahoo and want to share to all of you, More

Common names

Hadař byrneův in Czech (česky)
Ordinary eel in English
Serpenton de Byrnes in French (français)
Snake-eel in English
Tieso in sp
Tieso de Byrne in Spanish (español)
Tieso de Byrnes in Spanish (español)
tieso de Cortés in Spanish (español)

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Order : Anguilliformes
Family : Ophichthidae
Genus : Ethadophis
Species : Ethadophis byrnei
Authority : Rosenblatt & McCosker, 1970