Electric eels appear to not be the loners we thought they were.
  • ScienceAlert
  • Jan 16, 2021

For The First Time, Electric Eels Have Been Seen Hunting And Zapping Prey as a Group - ScienceAlert

Electric eels appear to not be the loners we thought they were. In a small lake deep in the Amazon River basin in Brazil, scientists have for the first time recorded the fish not just living togethe… [+4233 chars]

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  • Feb 26, 2021

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