This is a photograph of a moray eel featured in the new book Sex, Drugs, and Sea Slime: The Oceans’ Oddest Creatures and Why They Matter by Ellen Prager and we think it needs some choice witticisms. Add your caption for this image in the Comments below or Tweet @UTCLibrary #UTCLibCaps!
Oh, and if you’re interested, the book reveals all kinds of crazy stuff about sea life. Did you know some sea cucumbers will push their internal organs out in the open to confuse and escape predators? Or that certain varieties of relatively small mantis shrimp have some of the quickest and strongest striking abilities in the animal kingdom? More aquatic awe and beautiful color plates await you in this book.