Wolf eel --  Not just another pretty face by Stinkersmell, via Flickr

Not just another pretty face A Wolf Eel has a face only a mother could love at the Birch Aquarium at Scripps in La Jolla, California

The ugliest animal in the world has to be this wolf eel

The ugliest animal in the world has to be this wolf eel

Possibly not what you might want jumping out at you when you are on an ocean dive! This is the wolf eel

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Wolf eel with fleurette sauce, saffron pills and green lemon Fumet de Loup: Sweat 2 hacked shallots in butter. Add the wolf eel fishbones, moisten.

Wolf-eels are my favourite. They're like a grumpy grandpa of the sea!

Photos: The Freakiest-Looking Fish

Wolf-eels, Anarrhichthys ocellatus, have powerful jaws for crushing bivalves.

64.2k Likes, 867 Comments - Paul Nicklen (@paulnicklen) on Instagram: “You normally wouldn’t find a wolf eel out of its den during the day. Typically, they live in caves…”

“Photograph by You would never normally find a wolf eel out of its den during the day. Typically, they live in caves in deeper water with…”

Despite Appearances, this creature, the ‘Wolf Eel,’ is one of the natural worlds true wonders, they are remarkably friendly. Wolf eels having never seen a human diver before will not fear it, not attack it, but investigate and most likely come to the conclusion that this human can help scratch its back!  They love to brush up against humans, get pet, and other things, making them the friendliest animals in the world!

thatscienceguy: “ Despite Appearances, this creature, the ‘Wolf Eel,’ is one of the natural worlds true wonders, they are remarkably friendly. Wolf eels having never seen a human diver before will not.

Wolf Eels (Anarrhichthys ocellatus) are not actually true eels, but classified in the wolffish family.   They live in the Pacific northwest on rocky reefs or stony bottom shelves at shallow and moderate depths.  (Photo © Andrew Sallmon)

Wolf Eels (Anarrhichthys ocellatus) are not actually true eels, but classified in the wolffish family. They live in the Pacific northwest on rocky reefs or stony bottom shelves at shallow and moderate depths.

Wolf Eel.... reason 5651320354 I don't swim in bodies of water

Wolf Eel.... reason 5651320354 I don't swim in bodies of water

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