What Is a Baby Eel Called?

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A juvenile Eel is referred to as a 'elver' and the larva is referred to as a 'leptocephalus'. A group of eels together is called a 'swarm'.
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A baby Common Eel is called a leptocephalus, fly or elver.
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Eels are an order of fish that are commonly predators.A young eel is called an elver. There are approximately 600 different types of eel species.
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A baby eel is called an ELVER
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The flat and transparent larva of the eel is called a leptocephalus. A young eel is called an elver.
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A young eel is called an elver. http://simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eel.
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A juvenile Eel is referred to as a 'elver' and the larva is referred to as a 'leptocephalus'. A group of eels together is called a 'swarm'. ...
A baby eel is called an elver. An eel is characterised by a long snakelike body that is covered with minute scales embedded in the skin and lack of the hind pair ...
A baby eel is either referred to as a leptocephalus or an elver. Elvers are usually transparent during their early stages of growth and only attain their yellow ...
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