LOBITO - the Wolf eel
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Lobito or “little wolf” in Spanish, is not a wolf or an eel, but instead belongs to a group of fish called the “wolf fishes”. Wolf eels are long and skinny. Adults like to hide inside small rocky crevices, with just their heads poking out to catch prey such as urchins, crabs, and shellfish. Young wolf eels spend their time in the open ocean, feeding on tiny animals called zooplankton. Adults are gray with dark spots and bands, have strong jaws and spiky front teeth. Despite their “scary” appearance, wolf eels are known to be quite friendly. According to California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) Marine Habitat Conservation Program Manager Becky Ota, “These shy, gentle, giants are worth getting to know!”
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