Top 10 Largest Eels in the World

Southern Conger:The southern conger (Conger verreauxi) is a member of the Congridae family. At their largest, they reach lengths of 6.5 feet and weigh up to 11 pounds.

Slender Giant Moray:While details about their weight vary, based on their size, they could reach a maximum weight of around 40 pounds.

Grey Conger:Capable of living at depths of 1300 feet, grey congers inhabit coral reefs and rocky regions along the ocean floor. 

Green Moray Eel:Green morays live throughout the western Atlantic Ocean from New Jersey to Bermuda and off the coast of Brazil. They live at depths of up to 130 feet below sea level. 

Giant Moray Eel:At their most massive, they can measure 9.8 feet in length and weigh 66 pounds. 

Fangtooth Moray Eel:They can grow up to 4 feet long and weigh up to 30 pounds. Their appearance is easily distinguishable due to their bright yellow-orange and brown coloring. 

European Conger:The European conger (Conger conger) is easily the largest eel in the world. On average, adults measure around 5 feet long and weigh nearly 159 pounds.

 California Moray Eel:The California moray (Gymnothorax mordax) got its name because it is the only species of moray found off the coast of California.

American Eel:The American eel (Anguilla rostrata) is migratory fish found off the eastern coast of North America. 

European Conger:The European conger (Conger conger) is easily the largest eel in the world. On average, adults measure around 5 feet long and weigh nearly 159 pounds.

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