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Fearsome electric eel is stunning discovery | News - The Times

Date published: 2019-09-11
Originally published: Here. Excerpt below.


In what must be a contender for the years most shocking finding, scientists have identified the worlds most powerful species of electric eel.
The newly discovered Electrophorus voltai is capable of generating 860 volts enough to stun an adult human.
Its discovery in the jungle highlands of northeast South America highlighted how little is known about the regions wildlife, researchers said.
These fish grow to be seven to eight feet long. Theyre really conspicuous, C. David de Santana, the lead author of a study published yesterday in the journal Nature Communications, said. If you can discover a new 8ft-long fish after 250 years of exploration, can you imagine what remains to be discovered in that region?
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