The Wolf Eel is scientifically called as Anarrhichthys Ocellatus. From first glance, it doesn’t resemble an eel, rather you can call it an eel-like fish that belongs to the family of Anarhichadidae.
Wolf Eels are founded in the North Pacific from Japan to the South of California. These fishes are grey, brown, and dark olive and generally prefer to live in caves on the bottom of the sea bed.
Young Eels are different in appearance and have orange shades with dark spots on their body. While going into the waters, generally Wolf Eels are friendly with the divers but be cautious; Wolf Eels have strong jaws and can bite at times.
Because of their itching skin, they swim upside down to rub their body against the bottom sea bed.
As a food, Wolf Eel is a sweet and savory ‘White Flesh’ to rejoice on weekends