UNDERWATER CORAL REEF WITH MANY FISH AND STINGRAYS SWIMMING BACK AND FORTH. THREE SCUBA DIVERS AT THE BOTTOM OF THE REEF INTERACTING WITH THE SEA CREATURES WITH FOOD TRYING TO FEED A GIANT MORAY EEL . THE EEL WAS AT FIRST HIDING UNDER THE REEF. AFTER A LITTLE BIT EEL COMES OUT TO EAT THE FOOD THE DIVER HAS. THE DIVER FEEDS THE EEL AND PET IT AS WELL. MANY COLORFUL FISH IN FG & BG ALSO WANT SOME OF THE FOOD.
UNDERWATER FOOTAGE OF A GIANT MORAY EEL SWIMMING. EEL KEEPS OPENING UP AND SHUTTING ITS MOUTH. LOOKS SCARY. ROCKS AND FISH IN BG. AT THE END OF THE SHOT YOU CAN SEE A FEMALE DIVER INTERACTING WITH THE EEL
GIANT MORAY EEL WITH ITS MOUTH OPEN HALFWAY UNDER A ROCK OR REEF. VERY UGLY LOOKING CREATURE. KEEPS OPENING AND SHUTTING ITS MOUTH. LOTS OF TEETH IN ITS MOUTH.
Description: COCOS ISLAND, UNDERWATER REEFS, Giant Moray Eel Master of the coral reef – The Giant Moray Eel. Sometimes ugly, sometimes frightening, and of imposing size, the Giant Moray Eel is the master of the coral reefs of the Red Sea. With incredibly flexible, adaptable bodies, they easily slide through the narrowest passages among the corals
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