Question: What is the largest eel?

The European conger (Conger conger) is a species of conger of the family Congridae. It is the heaviest eel in the world and native to the northeast Atlantic, including the Mediterranean Sea.

Do eels eat rats?

Eels are the most widespread freshwater predator in the country. Once hatched, the tiny babies will float in the ocean for one year before they arrive in New Zealand as glass eels, later turning into brown elvers and progressing into the rivers. They eat insects, rats, ducklings and even small pūkeko.

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