This species differs from true eels, because it has paired gill slits and pectoral fins, and can grow up to 7 ft 10 inches in length, weigh up to 41 pounds and live as long to be 25 years of age. Unlike the grayish adults, its young are orange.They are found in caves, crevices and rocky reefs from shallow waters to a depth of over 700 feet, ranging from the Sea of Japan and the Bering Sea to Northern California.
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