The average length of the Mormyrus macrocephalus is about 32 centimeters or 12 inches.  The Mormyrus macrocephalus is recorded to be of least concern to being an endangered species with no threat to its population to be identified, and there are not any conservation actions happening to help conserve the species.
It is endemic to Uganda. Its natural habitats are rivers and freshwater lakes.The Mormyrus macrocephalus can be found in the areas of Uganda in the lakes of Kyoga and Kwania, the Victoria Nile, and the dams in the Teso district. They occupy freshwater environments. 
- Twongo, T.K. 2005. Mormyrus macrocephalus. 2006 IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Downloaded on 4 August 2007.
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