Where in the world?
North Pacific Ocean from Japan to California.
Wolf Eels aren’t actually true eels because they have paired gill slits and pectoral fins.
Wolf Eels can reach up to 8 feet in length and can weigh up to 40 pounds.
A Wolf Eel’s diet consists of hard shell creatures, such as oysters, clams, snails, and sea urchins.
Wolf Eels like approximately 25 years.
Did you know?
Wolf Eels mate for life. When a pair has laid eggs, one eel will wrap itself around the eggs while the other leaves to hunt. They switch when the other returns.