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Narrow branchial opening
The large black area of ​​the masked moray distinguishes it from the 200 or so other moray species. It extends from the eye to the back of the mouth. It is found again, smaller, around its branchial opening which is reduced to a single orifice in the form of a very narrow opercular slot. The masked moray feeds its gills with water by opening and closing its mouth permanently.
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