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conger

any large marine eel of the family Congridae, esp Conger conger, occurring in temperate and tropical coastal waters
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They are renowned for their fighting power when hooked on rod and line and anglers are aware of the teeth and ferocious bite of the conger eel.
conger eel, elephant fish, and tuna from Easter Island.
A CONGER eel was today due to leave its aquarium home to be given the chance to find romance in the open seas.
But nature experts later confirmed the monsters were conger eels that normally live in the sea.
The group also dived on the wreck of the Port Napier, just off Canna, and saw conger eels, crawfish, crabs of all sizes and squat-lobsters.
The Penygraig SAC low water shore competition ended with just two conger eels caught.
The charity is offering the chance to learn to scuba dive with 10-foot sand tiger sharks, conger eels and stingray at the Blue Planet Aquarium in Ellesmere Port.
The teams helped to spot and record the number of certain species including seahorses, sharks, conger eels and sea monkeys.
has caught conger eels, bass, tope, some mackerel for bait (and his mum's dinner), herring .
Species including wrasse and large conger eels were discovered on the shores of Brandon Bay, Co Kerry.
Chris Stephens, fishing for Team Fatty Lewis, topped the individual weights with two conger eels weighing 6.
They will help spot and record the number of certain species including seahorses, sharks, conger eels and sea monkeys.