The Green Edge Moray Eel is known to jump out of the aquarium and can be a challenge to keep, that is why we recommend it only for advanced aquarists. The Green Edge Moray should also be kept in a tight fitting lid or light diffuser panel. Be careful while feeding the Green Edge Moray Eel as its eyesight is not that good and it may end up in biting your hand. We suggest you to use feeding tongs instead of using fingers. With its beautiful coloration, it makes a striking display animal for the home aquarium. The Green Edge Moray Eel requires adequate hiding places along with 3-5 inch live sand and 1 inch coral ruble on the aquarium bottom. The Green Edge Moray Eel is born hermaphrodites and go through a color change as it becomes male. It grows up to 50 inches in the wild and should be kept in a tank not less than 75 gallon. The Green Edge Moray Eel might bother sessile invertebrates and other corals, that is why it is considered reef safe but with caution. Like many eels, the Green Edge Moray is sometimes thought to be angry or aggressive because its mouth is often open, appearing ready to strike. In reality, the eel is simply breathing. The Green Edge Moray Eel is carnivorous and prefers to eat live feeder shrimps.