The viper moray eel, Enchelynassa canina, also known as the longfang moray, cannot completely close its jaws. Algae grows on the teeth and can be clea

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The viper moray eel, Enchelynassa canina, also known as the longfang moray, cannot completely close its jaws. Algae grows on the teeth and can be clea
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The viper moray eel, Enchelynassa canina, also known as the longfang moray, cannot completely close its jaws. Algae grows on the teeth and can be cleaned off when the ell bites something, as in the case of the white teeth, Hawaii.