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The Electric Eel’s Superpower Just Got Even Cooler

The Electric Eel’s Superpower Just Got Even Cooler

National Geographic - Jason Bittel

Its high-voltage charge does more than just stun prey, study suggests. The high voltage strike of an electric eel has long been regarded as one of the most powerful attacks in nature. But now one scientist has discovered that the nocturnal animals can also use their shock waves to track prey in the …

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