The Pacific hagfish (Eptatretus stoutii) is a species of hagfish. It lives in the
mesopelagic to abyssal Pacific ocean, near the ocean floor. It is a jawless fish
Also known as slime eels, hagfish are primitive fishes. They have five hearts, no
jaws, no true eyes and no stomach. They have poor vision but a very good ...
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Pacific hagfish, like other hagfish, represent an ancient form of life that has
Eptatretus stoutii (Pacific hagfish) are found in cold marine waters of the
antitropical north and south Pacific Ocean on muddy sea floors. (McCrae, 1997).
Sep 24, 2008 ... Pacific hagfish resting on bottom280 m depth off Oregon coast ... Although
hagfish are sometimes called "slime eels," they are not eels at all, ...
Descriptions and articles about the Pacific Hagfish, scientifically known as
Eptatretus stoutii in the Encyclopedia of Life. Includes Overview; Brief Summary...
Image of Eptatretus stoutii (Pacific hagfish). Eptatretus stoutii ... Eastern Pacific:
southeastern Alaska to Bahia San Pablo, central Baja California, Mexico.
Find out what's known about Pacific Hagfishes, Eptatretus stoutii, Myxini,
Myxiniformes, Myxinidae, including their world range and habitats, feeding
Jun 16, 2007 ... Hagfish are amazing ocean fishes! ... world of Hagfish, in particular that of
Eptatretus stouti, or the Pacific Hagfish, found off the coast of La Jolla, ...
The Pacific Hagfish (Eptatretus stoutii) or Slime Eel, is one of about 60 known
species of hagfish. Its a very unusual looking creature. It looks less like a fish than