The White - Eyed Moray Eel is commonly referred to as the White-Eyed Moray Eel, Slender Moray Eel, Grey-Faced Moray Eel, or Freckled Moray Eel. The White - Eyed Moray Eel features a body of whitish or pale yellow-brown with a dense scattering of small brown spots all over it. Its eyes are the most distinguishing feature as its iris is white in color, hence it is named as the White - Eyed Moray Eel. It is best to keep the White - Eyed Moray Eel singly or in pairs, but it should be avoided to keep in groups to avoid any territorial issues. The White - Eyed Moray Eel often opens and closes their mouths to allow the water movement through their gills for respiration. But this behavior seems to be aggressive, but in reality they are only breathing. The White - Eyed Moray Eel is a peaceful fish and shy creature, which attacks only when provoked. The White - Eyed Moray Eel mainly feeds on small fish, invertebrates and smaller eels, which makes it unsafe to keep in a reef tank.