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Finding Genius Podcast
Published 3 months ago |

Are eels related to snakes?! 🐍

Kenneth Oliviera, a professor and the chairman of the Department of Biology at University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth, whose research focuses on American eels, explains what species American eels belong in:

According to Kenneth, American eels belong to the teleost fish species, which is characterized by elongated, wormlike bodies. πŸͺ±

Kenneth further explains that β€œall eels probably pass through the leptocephalus stage wherein they take the form of an extended larval phase then undergo metamorphosis to a juvenile stage that is a smaller version of the adult.” πŸ‘ˆ

To learn more about American eels, listen to the full episode here:


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