Encounter some of the most lethal animals in the underwater world. Among the top are the lionfish and the scorpion fish. Both the lionfish and the scorpion fish rely on camoflauge and lightning-fast reflexes to capture their prey. The body of the scorpion fish is cloaked in feathery fins that help it to camoflauge itself. How many scorpion fish can you spot? Next, make sure to look in all the cracks and crevices of our eel exhibit. We have a large collection of spotted eels, and purplemouth moray eels. Individual eels almost always have their mouths open and appear as thought they’re ready to bite. Despite their fearsome reputation, their mouth is usually open to allow water to pass through their gills. How any eels did you count?