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Shocking behavior: Electric eels use remote control to locate, stun their prey

Abrahim El Gamal

Electric eels are something more than shocking.

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 In contrast to my last post, this little #lobster is six months old, shown here with a standard house key for scale. I'm working on a study to see how juvenile lobsters grow under #oceanacidification conditions for my thesis. #gradschool #marinebiology #climatechange #oceanbitesorg  Beautiful blue #lobster hanging out in my lab. About five years old, this guy is blue because of his diet and was used as a study animal to help us understand the causes and possible treatments of lobster shell disease. #oceanbitesorg #marinebiology #fierce

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