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        Wolf Eels | Big Pacific: Passionate

        The wolf eel, found off the coast of Canada, is a uniquely monogomous fish; wolf eels pair up at age four and stay together for up to 20 years. The female lays up to 10,000 eggs at once and both parents take care of the brood, alternating turns circling the eggs, making sure that they are getting enough oxygen. Once the eggs hatch, the young wolf eels join the currents and feed on plankton, until it is their turn to pair off.

        The video describes the adaptations of the wolf eel jaws and then its ecosystem dynamics.

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