The Golden Moray Eel are found in two varients one is black in colour with stunning golden spots covering the entire body. The other is a very rare and stunning yellow colouration and its body is thick and muscular like most morays.
Like other Moray eels, it has a very thick body and will typically hide in the rocks with its gaping mouth out in plain view.
They require an aquarium with suitable shelter to conceal itself until it becomes acclimated. In time, it will have its head out in the open, or will lie out in full view. The aquarium must be equipped with a tight-fitting lid to discourage escape. Caution must be taken with this eel, as it will eat just about anything that it can catch and fit into its mouth, including fish and invertebrates.
The Golden Moray Eel's diet consists of live feeder fish, squid, and octopus, and may eat the other fish in the aquarium.