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  Moray eel - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Moray eels are large cosmopolitan eels of the family Muraenidae.
Moray eels frequent tropical and subtropical coral reefs to depths of 200 m, where they spend most of their time crammed inside crevices and alcoves.
Morays are carnivorous and feed primarily on other fish, cephalopods and crustaceans.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Moray_eel   (278 words)

 Description Green Moray - Gymnothorax funebris   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The green moray is nocturnal predator of fishes, crabs, cephalopods and shrimps that relies largely on its sense of smell to locate prey.
Green morays are adept at working their way in and out of the many tight crevices and holes of coral reefs where fishes and other organisms hide.
Although the leptocephalus larvae of the green moray is undescribed, leptocephali of the various species of moray in general are distinguishable by patterns of pigment, the number of trunk muscles (known as myomeres), and the position of the dorsal fin and the anus.
www.flmnh.ufl.edu /fish/Gallery/Descript/GreenMoray/GreenMoray.html   (1427 words)

 James Stuart 1st Earl Of Moray   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Moray was the illegitimate son of James V of Scotland and Lady Margaret Erskine, daughter of John Erskine, 4th Earl of Mar.
After Moray opposed Mary's marriage to Lord Darnley in 1565, he was declared an outlaw and took refuge in England.
Moray was assassinated in Linlithgow by Hamilton of Bothwellhaugh, a supporter of Mary.
www.wikiverse.org /james-stuart-1st-earl-of-moray   (237 words)

 Moray Council   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Moray Council is to consider plans for the development of a £4.5m medical centre in Lossiemouth by 2007, in order to serve both the civilian and RAF communities.
Moray Council is to consider plans from Natural Power of Norway for the development of 27 wind turbines near Knockando and 28 on Cairn Uish, which would involve local companies being invited to tender for up to £5m of site contracts.
Moray Council is considering plans from Call Centre Partners of Edinburgh for the development of an e-commerce centre at a former woollen mill in Keith, with the creation of up to 150 jobs.
www.ukbusinesspark.co.uk /mol34286.htm   (282 words)

 Moray - Sacred Valley of the Incas - Cusco Peru
Moray is a great archaeological complex, formed by a system of platforms of enormous terraces that overlap, acquiring the shape of a gigantic theater.
In Moray they worked down, removing tons of stone and rocks and using thousands of workers for many generations, to give form to many groups of terracing in an almost perfect circular form.
It is possible that the word Moray comes from the term "a moray", corn harvesting or from "moraya" or "moray" which is the name for dehydrated potato.
www.cuscoonline.com /english/sacredvalley/valle050.shtml   (499 words)

 On Moray Eels   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Morays, classified under the family name Muraenidae, are probably the most diverse and widely distributed of eels.
This can mislead new divers into thinking morays are aggressive when in fact they will often retreat further into their holes when approached.
During reproduction the moray's eggs are released into the water where they develop into ribbon-like, transparent larvae that drift with the plankton for up to a year before transferring to the reef floor as miniature eels.
www.divernet.com /biolog/moray898.htm   (714 words)

 Ocellated Moray Eel - Gymnothorax saxicola   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Ocellated Moray Eels are nocturnal animals that inhabit the waters of the Western Atlantic, including the Greater Antilles south to Brazil, including the Central American coast from Nicaragua to northern coast of South America.
Because morays keep their mouths open almost all of the time, the insides of their mouths are camouflaged also.
In the moray eels, the dorsal, caudaul and anal fins are all connected.
www.thejump.net /id/Ocellated-Moray-Eel.htm   (244 words)

 Green Moray - Gymnothorax prasinus
Morays range in size from the 20 cm Redface Eel Monopenchelys acuta, found in the Atlantic and Indian Oceans, to the huge 3.75 m Longtail Moray Strophidon sathete, found in the Indo-Pacific.
Morays have the ability to tie their bodies in knots and use this to gain leverage when tearing food.
The morays use anguilliform swimming to great effect when they dart forward out of a crevice to seize prey (invertebrates and fishes), and they can swim nearly as well backward, which is handy for entering into the shelter of a crevice or hole to avoid predators.
www.amonline.net.au /fishes/students/focus/gymno.htm   (983 words)

 Lectures: Sir Robert Moray
Moray was knighted at Oxford on 10th of January, 1643, by Charles I. Moray was also on good terms with Mazarin and fought with his regiment in Germany, and, in 1645, he was made a prisoner of war in Bavaria.
However, at the Restoration, Sir Robert Moray was re-appointed justice-clerk and a lord of session, in addition to being made one of the lords auditors of the exchequer.
Moray's name, together with that of Christopher Wren, is to be met with on almost every page of the early volumes of the Journal of the Society.
www.geocities.com /lodge34/torrione_ldg.moray.html   (2882 words)

 The Tom Bearden Website
However, John Moray's use of the term "cosmic ray" is not necessarily the same as that of modern physics, but in fact is the same as the present concept of "zero-point" energy of vacuum.
Moray thus is vindicated as a man ahead of his time, who simply built a device before any theory existed to explain its operation.
Moray explained that his device was based on the discovery of a mixture that would act as a one-way gate for the high frequency oscillations of space, so that the energy could go through the material more readily in one direction than another.
www.cheniere.org /books/excalibur/moray.htm   (1982 words)

 AllRefer.com - Moray, council area and former county, Scotland (British And Irish Political Geography) - Encyclopedia
Under the Local Government Act of 1973, the county of Moray (or Morayshire) was divided between the former Highland and Grampian regions in 1975.
In the local government reorganization of 1996, Grampian was dissolved and the council area of Moray was created; the new council area is larger than the former county.
The county of Moray was formerly called Elgin or Elginshire.
reference.allrefer.com /encyclopedia/M/Moray.html   (219 words)

 SDNHM - Gymnothorax castaneus (Panamic green moray)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Most morays are not aggressive toward humans, but it is unwise for divers to thrust their arms blindly into crevices and holes.
Moray eels lack pectoral fins, but the dorsal and anal fin are well developed, though largely hidden by tissue.
Moray eels usually feed at night, they rely on a very well-developed sense of smell, rather than vision, to catch their prey.
www.oceanoasis.org /fieldguide/gymn-cas.html   (217 words)

 Moray Eels
Morays often pose with a large toothy smile, proudly showing off lots of sharp pointy white teeth while flexing their jaws.
Morays hunt at night and enjoy dinning on raw Octopus, they also eat Sea Urchins, Fish and according to the Movie "The Deep" an occasional Scuba Diver.
One current theory about this Crustacean / Moray relationship is that Lobsters and Crabs are less likely to be preyed upon by their dreaded enemy, the Octopus, while in the company of the Moray.
members.aol.com /shorecrab/moray_eel.htm   (628 words)

 Scotch Whisky, Glenmoray
With water the vinous notes are detected interwoven with ice cream soda and lemonade, followed by the drier notes of Glen moray, and, in particular, a whiff of peat, a hint of leather and straw.
Glen Moray distillery is situated close to the River Lossie, on the western outskirts of Elgin.
Glen Moray’s role as a distillery dates from the ‘whisky boom’ years of the last decade of the 19th century, when many new distilleries appeared on Speyside to slake the voracious thirst of the rapidly-expanding blending industry.
www.scotchwhisky.com /dec/brand_glenmoray.html   (384 words)

 Famous Scots - Andrew de Moray   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Andrew de Moray was one such patriot, hundreds of years ago, who went to prison and later to war in the name of his country's liberty.
When Wallace prepared for the English invasion at Stirling, de Moray brought an army to join the cause, and the Scottish victory at Stirling Bridge is sometimes attributed to de Moray's tactical skill.
De Moray's was married, though, and his son, also called Andrew, went on to fight for Scottish independence with that same fierce determination, inherited from his father and grandfather.
www.tartans.com /articles/famscots/demoray.html   (283 words)

 Scots For Independence: Andrew de Moray
His father, Sir Andrew de Moray, and his uncle were still held in the Tower of London, along with many other Scottish knights who had earlier shown a tendency to revolt, and had been captured and taken to England as assurance against further uprisings.
De Moray was not idle whilst all this unfolded, having burnt the Castle of Duffus, and then moved to Boharm, to await the oncoming English army.
Whilst de Moray was conducting his campaign in the north, Wallace had led his forces out of Selkirk forest and into Argyll to face an army under MacFadyen, an Irish ally of Edward whose band included a large number of Irish and smaller number of Scots.
www.angelfire.com /sc2/scotsforindependence/history/demoray.html   (1969 words)

Moray (SS‑300) was laid down 21 April 1943 at Cramp Shipbuilding Co., Philadelphia, Pa.; launched 14 May 1944; sponsored by Mrs.
Underway 5 May, Moray arrived Pearl Harbor 21 May for final training, after which she sailed for the Marianas 7 June, arriving Saipan 20 June.
From 7 to 9 July Moray’s special mission was service as picketboat southeast of Honshu in preparation for 3d Fleet bombardment.
www.history.navy.mil /danfs/m14/moray.htm   (407 words)

 Cobra Moray
I will say right off the bat, it was the Moray mold at the San Diego Comic Convention that made me optimistic for the 2002 figures regardless of their construction.
The Moray draws a lot of inspiration from the Eel and would really mix well, if it were in the correct construction format.
Moray’s legs are actually posed all right, except that his feet are at almost 90 degree angles.
www.angelfire.com /80s/coolgijoestuff/moray.html   (666 words)

 Moray eels live in both tropical and subtropical seas
  The moray eels are not considered a threat to man and seem to only attack humans when they are disturbed within their chosen territories.
The moray eel uses its keen sense of smell to locate prey.
     The moray eel species has several relatives which include the American eel, the conger eel, the worm eel, the gulper eel, the ribbon eel, the garden eel, the snipe eel, and the wolf eel.
web.fccj.org /~dbyres/2011projects/eel.htm   (1005 words)

 Moray's Heritage
Moray offers a microcosm of the very best of Scotland: rich lowland farming; a necklace of quiet beaches, cliffs, crags and fishing villages; rolling hills and powerful salmon rivers; and the Cairngorm mountains.
Moray was once a centre of Pictland, it was brushed by the Romans and became the country of Macbeth.
Moray has a character and heritage of its own and has played an important part in the shaping of our nation.
www.moray.gov.uk /LocalHeritage/Assets/html_pages/morayheritage.html   (251 words)

 Andrew De Moray   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The Ross lands are adjacent to the de Moray lands.
However, the arrogance of the corpulent churchman Cressingham overruled the cautious deliberations of Warrene, and the cavalry crossed the bridge to be slaughtered at the hands of the highly motivated Scots.
Andrew de Moray occupied a precisely similar position in the north, where the name of Wallace, if it was known at all, was know simply as that of a man who had performed doughty deeds of valour against the English in the south.
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 Moray Firth Dolphins
The Moray Firth is one of the most important areas in UK waters for dolphins, porpoises and whales (collectively known as cetaceans).
The Moray Firth dolphins are extremely important as they represent one of only two or three resident populations known to exist in UK waters and probably the only one in the North Sea.
In the Moray Firth herds of 20 to 30 animals can sometimes be seen during the summer months.
www.geocities.com /Athens/Forum/8287/dolphin.html   (582 words)

 Misunderstood Moray's
A moray eel is simply a fish trapped in a snake-like body, and there the resemblance ends.
The largest is the green moray, growing up to eight feet long and as thick as your thigh.
So don’t be afraid the next time you see a moray eel showing you his dental work, he won’t bite if you don’t stick your hand in his mouth.
www.suite101.com /article.cfm/scuba_diving/55389   (387 words)

 YOJOE.COM | Cobra Moray
Cobra Moray was released as part of the eighteenth series (2002), carded in a two-pack with Wet-Suit (v7).
Cobra Moray came with a fl rifle, a fl trident, and two fl flippers (one left foot and one right foot).
The filecard for Cobra Moray was also changed by adding the text "Characters and events referenced herein are fictional and are not intended to depict actual characters and events."
www.yojoe.com /action/02/moray.shtml   (195 words)

 Moray Eel Printout- Enchanted Learning Software   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Anatomy: Moray eels have skin that is scaleless, thick, camouflaged, and covered with protective mucus.
Morays have a small, circular gill on each side of the head, well behind the mouth.
Most morays lack pectoral and pelvic fins; the dorsal fin runs along most of the back to the caudal fin (the tail) and into the anal fin, which runs along the underside of the body.
www.zoomdinosaurs.com /subjects/fish/printouts/Morayceel.shtml   (254 words)

 Moray eels   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Moray eels are true bony fishes with bodies highly modified to suit their life style.
Morays lurk in holes and crevices in rocky areas or on the coral reef.
Bites from fish-eating morays produce ragged wounds that are prone to infection, due to bacteria living in the eel's mouth.
waquarium.mic.hawaii.edu /MLP/root/html/MarineLife/Vertebrates/MorayEels.html   (672 words)

 Moray, Conger, and Snake Eels
Moray eels are numerous in Hawaii, found in holes and under large rocks during the day.
Morays have thick leathery skin that envelops the continuous marginal fin and lack pectoral fins.
Morays are rarely eaten since they are likely to cause ciguatera poisoning, a serious neurological condition that can be contracted by eating certain kinds of reef fish.
www.coralreefnetwork.com /stender/fishes/eels/eels.htm   (657 words)

 Moray Eel (Muraenidae spp.): A Dangerous Ocean Organism of Hawai`i
Moray eels are usually brightly marked or colored.
Morays are eaten sometimes, but their flesh is often toxic and may cause sickness or death.
Morays enjoy rocky areas, can be found living or just "hanging out" in holes, under rocks, crevices and tidepool ledges.
www.aloha.com /~lifeguards/moray.html   (523 words)

 Moray Council Home Page
The Moray Council is currently reviewing the Development Plan for the area.
EMA's are available in August 2005 to pupils at all Moray schools whose date of birth falls between 1st March 1988
The Moray Council, Council Office, High Street, Elgin, Moray IV30 1BX Scotland, United Kingdom.
www.moray.gov.uk   (74 words)

 Highland Gems - Dolphins and Whales   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Minke whales and white-beaked dolphins are the next most likely species to be encountered, usually further out to sea, although white-beaked dolphins have been seen from the shore at Fraserburgh.
Pilot whales, killer whales and Risso's dolphins are also present in the Moray Firth, but only killer whales are likely to be spotted from the shore, with sightings reported from the coastline around Aberdeen and Banff.
Bottlenose dolphins are sociable animals and usually live in groups of two to four individuals, although sightings of larger groups are not uncommon.
www.highlanderweb.co.uk /dolphins.htm   (387 words)

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