African electric fish, new research — Dear Kitty. Some blog

This video shows Gnathonemus petersii fish. From ScienceDaily: A fish that subtracts its own electric signals to better ‘see’ through its murky habitat July 11, 2018 The elephant-nose fish Gnathonemus petersii relies on electricity to find food and navigate through the obstacles riddling its native murky African rivers. On July 11 in the journal Neuron, […]

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