Nature

Peek-A-Boo with Hawaiian Garden Eels

Clip: Season 39 Episode 12 | 1m 51s | Video has closed captioning.

Off the island of Oahu lies an undersea prairie that is home to hundreds of Hawaiian garden eels. Shy creatures found only in Hawaiian waters, these eels only emerge from their burrow to eat zooplankton. They will spend their lifetime in the same spot, trying to avoid the eyes of roaming sharks.

Aired: 04/21/21

Rating: NR

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