Gymnothorax favagineus is a large moray which can reach a maximum length of 300 cm, but specimens usually encountered are much smaller.
Juvenile Honeycomb Moray have a different pattern compare to their adults which you can see here in this Picture. The adult has many small dark dots on a white background while the juvenile has large dots.
The Honeycomb moray is carnivorous. It leaves its lair at night to actively hunt its prey along the reef. It feeds mainly on small fish and cephalopods.