What do you feed a zebra moray eel?

What do you feed a zebra moray eel?

The Zebra Moray Eel’s diet should include generous portions of meaty foods and fresh fish – clams, squid, scallops, and shrimp. If possible, give your eel live food every now and then and feed when hungry – a couple times a week.

What does a zebra moray eat?

These eels eat fish, crustaceans, worms and other scavenged food. At the zoo, we feed the eels capelin (a small fish), krill and squid.

How often should you feed a moray eel?

But come feeding time, the water boils with activity as the eels sense the good eats to come. Aquarist Sean Costello feeds the eels three to four times a week, usually in the early afternoon when visitors can get a good look at the action.

How long can a zebra eel go without eating?

Morays have been known to go 2 months without eating, with not weight loss or health issues.

Do zebra eels eat fish?

The Zebra Moray Eel diet should include sizeable portions of meaty foods, fresh fish including clams, squid, scallops, and shrimp.

How much does a zebra eel cost?

Item # Description Price
001753 Zebra Eel , Medium: over 8-14″, Indo Pacific $299.99
001755 Zebra Eel , Large: over 14-20″, Indo Pacific $399.99
001757 Zebra Eel , X-Large: over 20-26″, Indo Pacific $499.99
001759 Zebra Eel , XX-Large: over 26-32″, Indo Pacific $599.99

How long do zebra eels live?

20 years
How long does a zebra moray eel live? This species of eel is known to live from 10 to up to 20 years.

Why is my moray eel not eating?

Once a moray starts feeding, it’s pretty rare to see them go off their food for a long time. One of the most common causes of morays stopping feeding is aggression from unsuitable tank mates, and I think you’ve got a problem here.

What do I feed my eel?

Yes; although they are called eels, freshwater eels are fish. What do freshwater eels eat? Freshwater eels are carnivorous and need high-protein foods, such as frozen and freeze-dried bloodworms, krill or brine shrimp, or live foods, such as earthworms and black worms.