Leopard moray (Gymnothorax favagineus) (tropical water zoos ). Photo by TanyaMass

Leopard moray (Gymnothorax favagineus)

Uploaded by: TanyaMass

Wednesday November 14, 2012

Sevastopol', Ukraine

Caption: They are found in the Indo-Pacific and East Africa to Papua New Guinea, north to southern Japan, south of Australia. These morays live at depths of between 1 and 45m, usually in crevices within reef flats and slopes. They can be kept in the aquarium, however due to their large size they require a very large tank of a few thousand liters and heavy filtration. This photo was taken in the Sevastopol Aquarium & Institute of Biology of the Southern Seas.


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10th year on Wunderground. I love tracking the seasons, watching the changes in nature, look up at the sky and observe cloud formations. I used to always carry my camera with me everywhere I go and capture the moments in time that can never be repeated. I hope you will enjoy my pics here and they bring sweet moments to you! (Please, do not use my photos without my permission.)

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