Electric Eels Seen Hunting in Groups for the First Time

Electric eels were already exceptionally weird fish. These eels—actually three different species of giant, South American knifefish—pack as much as an 860-volt punch used to stupefy prey and defend themselves. Long thought to be exclusively solitary predators of slow, murky rivers, new research suggests electric eels…

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