Electrifying secrets behind killer eels

NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, UNITED STATES (Reuters and Vanderbilt University) – Researchers have started to unravel the mysteries of how eels hunt, shock, and kill their prey. The findings come at the end of a nine-month study of the way in which the electric eel uses high-voltage electrical discharges to locate and incapacitate its prey.

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