EEL

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Eel

Waters:Most varieties breed in the saltWaters of the Atlantic near the coast of Bermuda. The eggs then float their way back towards Europe where they hatch (becoming elvers) along the coast and wriggle their way inland by rivers and streams till they reach the ponds, bogs, and swamps which are their homes. Eels live in these ponds and streams for about ten years before swimming back out toward the Atlantic where they spawn and then die. Description (in water): This long, snakelike fish has a smo…...

Eel

A long snake-like fish with smooth scaleless skin and a rich, sweet, and firm flesh. Eels, which are considered a fatty fish, are very popular in Europe and Japan.
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eel

[n] - the fatty flesh of eel 2. [n] - voracious snakelike marine or freshwater fishes with smooth slimy usually scaleless skin and having a continuous vertical fin but no ventral fins
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EEL

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Eel

Eel noun [ Anglo-Saxon ...l ; akin to D., G., & Danish aal , Icelandic āll , Swedish ål .] (Zoology) An elongated fish of many genera and species. The common eels of Europe and America belong to the genus Anguilla . The electrical eel is a specie...
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eel

<zoology> An elongated fish of many genera and species. The common eels of Europe and America belong to the genus Anguilla. The electrical eel is a species of Gymnotus. The so called vinegar eel is a minute nematode worm. See Conger eel, Electric eel, and Gymnotus. ... Origin: AS. L; akin to D, G, & Dan. Aal, Icel. All, Sw. Al. ... Source...
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eel

noun voracious snakelike marine or freshwater fishes with smooth slimy usually scaleless skin and having a continuous vertical fin but no ventral fins
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Eel

• (n.) An elongated fish of many genera and species. The common eels of Europe and America belong to the genus Anguilla. The electrical eel is a species of Gymnotus. The so called vinegar eel is a minute nematode worm. See Conger eel, Electric eel, and Gymnotus.
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eel

any of more than 500 species of fish of the order Anguilliformes.[5 related articles]
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Eel

Congroidei Nemichthyoidei Eels (Anguilliformes; z) are an order of fish which consists of four suborders, 20 families, 111 genera and about 800 species. Most eels are predators. The term `eel` (originally referring to the European eel) is also used for some other similarly shaped fish, such as electric eels and spiny eels, but these are not memb.....
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eel

Any fish of the order Anguilliformes. Eels are snakelike, with elongated dorsal and anal fins. They include the freshwater eels of Europe and North America (which breed in the Atlantic), the marine conger eels, and the morays of tropical coral reefs. The gulper eel, Eurypharynx pelecanoides&...
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eel

eel, common name for any fish of the 10 families constituting the order Anguilliformes, and characterized by a long snakelike body covered with minute scales embedded in the skin. Eels lack the hind pair of fins, adapting them for wriggling in the mud and through the crevices of reefs and rocky shor...
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Eel

Eel is slang for a New Englander.
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Eel

Eel is the popular name for teleostean fish of the order Anguilliformes. The genus Anguilla is characterized by its snake-like elongated body, by the absence of ventral fins, and the continuity of the dorsal and anal fins round the extremity of the tail. The dorsal fin commences half-way between the head and the anal fin, and the lower jaw projects...
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eel

Type: Term Pronunciation: ēl Definitions: 1. Any of a number of scaleless, snakelike fish.
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Eel

Cut into 4" pieces, eel is the ultimate crab bait and is used extensively by commercial watermen on their trotlines. Because eel is considered a delicacy in Europe and Asia, its price has risen sharply thus making it prohibitive to use as bait.
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Eel

All species of Anguilla
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Eel

species of fish see Eel
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EEL

Environmental exposure level
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