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YUCATECAN BLIND CAVE EEL, CENOTE, HOCTUN, MEXICO

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Caption: YUCATECAN BLIND CAVE EEL, CENOTE, HOCTUN, MEXICO
Scientific name: Opisternon (Pluto) infernalis
Location: Cenote Hoctún, Yucatán, Mexico
Copyright: © Robert & Linda Mitchell
Photographer Code: CAV-OST-2-2
AGPix ID: AGPix_RoLiMi24_0140
Photo Alignment: 35mm (horizontal)
Comments: The Yucatecan Cave Eel is a large, wholly cave-adapted fish. It is one of the largest cave-adapted animals in the world, if not the largest. It occurs in several caves in Yucatán, this one from the Cenote Hoctún. Is is a troglobite. Higher categories: Vertrbrata, Osteichthyes, Symbranchidae.

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