chain-eel-e28093-aka-chainlink-moray-eelThe Chain Moray Eel, also known as the Chainlink Moray Eel, or simply, the Chain Eel, has a white to yellow body with handsome brown, black, or gray chain markings.

It needs refuge among or in between coral and rocks in a 125 gallon or larger aquarium. It spends most of its day hiding and moves about at night in search of food.

The Chain Moray Eel requires 2 or 3 live meals (grass shrimp, fiddler crabs) per week. If it does not eat at first, try impaling some food, such as live or frozen fish, krill, shrimp, or crustacean flesh, on a feeder stick.

Family: Muraenidae
Range: Western Atlantic
Size: Up to 28 inches
Diet: Carnivore
Tank Set-up: Marine: Coral or rock, plants
Reef Compatible: No
Tank Conditions: 72-78ºF; sg 1.020-1.025; pH 8.1-8.4
Minimum Tank Capacity: 125 gallon
Light: Low
Temperament: Semi-aggressive
Swimming Level: Bottom
Care Level: Easy
Reproduction: Egg Layer — www.peteducation.com