The American Eel can be four feet long.
Freshwater eels are very long and elongated, and have tubelike, snake-shaped bodies. These animals also have large, pointed heads and “their dorsal fins are usually continuous with their caudal fins and anal fins, to form a fringe lining the posterior end of the body.” Their pectoral fins are small so this helps them swim along bottoms of rivers, and their scales are thin and soft.
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