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Moray eel has a second pharyngeal jaw
The moray cannot swallow its prey by sucking it unlike many other fish. Its body is too elongated and tightly wedged in the rock crevices. For many species of morays, the solution passes through a 2nd movable pharyngeal jaw. The moray grabs its prey with its 1st jaw then advances its mobile dentition to grip it inside the mouth and pull it backward in less than a second.
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