Whitemouth Moray - Gymnothorax meleagris

The Whitemouth Moray or Guinea Moray as they are often called range from the Red Sea and East Africa eastward to Hawaii. Its body is brown to black, covered with white dots of various sizes. Most morays have small white dots (see right picture) but some( see picture below) have much larger spots some even appearing mostly white. The inside of the mouth as the name implies is competely white.

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