Scientific Name: Erpeton tentaculatum

Found In: Thailand and southern Vietnam/Still or slow-moving bodies of water with growing vegetation

Size: Adults average between 20 and 35 inches in length.

Diet: Carnivore. Diet consists of freshwater fish.

Threat Level: Least Concern. Local harvest is the major threat to this species, but it supports an overall stable population.

Facts: This species herds prey into its mouth by creating waves through its body movements, causing prey to change course.