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Fish Database

Hawaiian Dragon

Scientific Name: Enchelycore pardalis

Species:
Color:
Aggressiveness: Highly Aggressive
Diet: Fish, clam, shrimp, Squid
Max Size:
Minimum Tank Size: 180gal
Relative Care: Hard
Photo Courtesy of Among the Reef

A rare eel that comes from Hawaii, though some come from Japan, but those have different colors and markings and are generally not as pretty. It can be a tough eel to get to start eating and may go for a month or two before taking food. It can be very aggressive but also can be on the shy side. Reaches about 3 feet in length and requires a large tank. They should be fed with a feeding stick.

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