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Can conger eels hurt you?

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CONGER EEL: It is not aggressive, but will clamp its jaws shut on fingers so remove the hooks with a disgorger. TRIGGER FISH: There is a sharp spine on dorsal fin. It has very sharp teeth. An aggressive species that will bite you finger if given the opportunity.

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