The organism I studied over the weekend was the Moray Eel. Moray Eels are easily identified by their long, thick, snakelike bodies. They come in a variety of colors and patterns and tend to stay in dark corners and recesses of coral reefs during the day. They can sometimes be seen with their heads poking out of holes and cracks. We will be able to distinguish them from other types of fish because of their long, slender bodies, and their habitat, the coral reef.
Here is a poorly drawn interpretation: