I’m always amazed and entertained by the ability of eels to disappear into a seemingly solid lump of coral or rock and then, a few moments later, emerge from some unexpected location. I mean, how do they know they’re going to find a way out? There must not be too many claustrophobic eels in the world.
This whitemouth moray eel illustrates the concept in a small patch of dead coral.
Posted in response to this week’s WordPress Photo Challenge ‘Twisted.’